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PREMIERE: SUPERLOVE – “MAYBE I COULD TELL YOU”

The Bristol-based two-piece explode back onto the scene with their high-energy track.

Superlove
Superlove

There is no better way to kickstart your day than with a high-energy alternative cut, rippling through your speakers. With this in mind, Bristol hailing band Superlove unveil their newest track, “Maybe I Could Tell You”. With the infectious crash of classical instrumentation surging throughout, listeners can expect to be swept off of their feet and into the band’s indie-tinged soundscape upon the first listen. And with the sweet sound of the band’s dual-toned vocals laying over the chaotic blare of the drums and guitars, we end up with a tune that is blended to perfection.

“To take a step aside from our usual writing process was really fun and this song has definitely opened up another new window for what our band can sound like. Lyrically the song is all about those moments building up to telling someone how you feel about them, you know when you want to tell someone you love them or fancy them. It can be a pretty nerve-wracking thing. The conversational element to the song was something that was done to showcase the innocence and vulnerability of the song’s topic,” explains the band when discussing their newest release.

And, while the song itself does a brilliant job of relaying its all-to-relatable message, its accompanying music video only furthers this. With the excitable angst associated with confessing your feelings for someone radiating out of the band members, all of whom deliver their new song on adorable plastic instruments, viewers will become enchanted by the band’s lovable energy and unapologetic personality. With the band taking the beginning of the year by storm, it is safe to say we cannot wait to see what the rest of 2022 has in store for them.

Head below to listen to “Maybe I Could Tell You”…

PREMIERE: SUPERLOVE – “MAYBE I COULD TELL YOU”

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