Poster Paints, the brand new challenge of Carla J Easton and Frightened Rabbit’s Simon Liddell, have shared a brand new track, ‘Circus Moving On’. Following earlier singles ‘Falling Hard’ and ‘Never Saw It Coming’, the track is lifted from their forthcoming self-titled debut album, which is out on October 14 by way of Ernest Jenning Record Co./Olive Grove Records. Give it a pay attention under.
Vocalist Carla J Easton mentioned of ‘Circus Transferring On’ in an announcement:
Strolling the high-quality line between remorse and never caring about selections made. A type of songs. You meet somebody and it’s doomed to fail however you stretch it out so far as it is going to go. Needing the darkness as a way to shine. The criticism. Being drawn to those who aren’t good for you and unable to depart or let go. The fleeting moments the place all the things appears high-quality and joyful – the thrill and elation of one thing starting and making an attempt to hold and maintain on to that feeling. Sonically – that is our orchestral blowout on the album.
We labored remotely with Andrew Jin Chung based mostly in Canada for the gorgeous string preparations that basically made the ultimate recording soar. The preliminary thought was constructed round Mellotron sounds after a dialogue about how a lot we each cherished the track ‘All My Happiness Is Gone’ by Purple Mountains. Subconsciously that was maybe a leaping off level for the lyrics and mixing the basic unhappy/joyful juxtaposition between phrases and sound. It’s not the Poster Paints sound you is likely to be anticipating however it’s certainly one of our favourites on the album and is a pleasure to play reside.