‘Dance With Me Before We Cry’ is out Friday, November 27.
If you are in the mood for some catchy indie vibes, then you can’t go past There’s A Tuesday’s highly anticipated debut EP, ‘Dance With Me Before We Cry’.
Featuring stand-out singles ‘Amsterdam’ and ‘Dandelions’, as well as new single ‘FOMO’, it’s release is sure to further enhance the band’s rapid rise as radio, playlist and festival favourites.
Hailing from Christchurch, New Zealand, the Kiwi pop sensations consist of two frontwomen both on guitars and vocals, Nat Hutton and Minnie Robberds, with Angus Murray and Joel Becker on bass and drums, respectively.
Opening with the easy-breezy tones of latest single ‘FOMO’, the EP takes listeners on a happy hippy journey across the clouds.
Next up is The EP’s lead single ‘Amsterdam’ – a dreamy indie tune that rolls on and takes hold of you with its jangle pop guitar lines and catchy rhymes.
Slowing down the pace with the deeper and soulful stories of ‘Picture,’ and the romantic lullaby of ‘Sounds of the Stars’, listeners are sure to fall in love before the EP ends.
The majestic tones of ‘Dandelions’ is sure to cement the deal even though the lyrics cry “you don’t have to say you love me’.
‘North Wing’ is a reflective tale told from the hospital, while the EP ends with a track called ‘Nightmare’ a sad tale of a broken heart.
The EP was mixed by Will McGillivray, recorded by McGillivray/ Ryan Chin, and mastered by Olly Harmer (Naked and Famous, Broods).
With its cruisy rhymes, romantic vibes and catchy lyrics, it’s easy to see why There’s A Tuesday has gone on to become the darlings of NZ’s festival circuit.
Check it out for yourself when the EP drops this Friday, November 27, via MEOW.