Close Talker Premieres New Song “Half Past Nine”
- Canadian alt-rock trio Close Talker is back! The band has shared a new song “Half Past Nine”, which is their first music since 2017's sophomore album "Lens".
The track is dreamy pop ballad unlike previous song "Reptiles". The song will appear on their forthcoming third album.
The band said of the song in a statement, “A concert is a place where you can find people from every walk of life come together for the same reason. It’s a place where you share something in common with complete strangers and a place where you can experience something transcendent with people you will never even know. ‘Half Past Nine’ is about a concert the three of us attended, at our favorite summer festival. It’s about looking around at friends, at strangers, and seeing each person sing along to words that mean so much to them - words that have carried them through times only they know about. Its about holding on to the moments that you never want to end, and then desperately trying to remember them after they are gone. It takes hindsight to recognize when something profound has happened, but every now and then, you're able to sense it right in the moment. This song is about those moments and the attempts to cling to them.”
- Close Talker was formed in 2012, consisting of Will Quiring (vocals/guitar), Matthew Kopperud (guitar/keyboards), and Christopher Morien (drums).
The band will perform live at The Delancey and The Bowery Electric in New York on Marchc 8th and 9th, respectively.
Then the trio will appear on SXSW in Austin on March 13th.
- source : SoundCloud