Nova Twins Premieres New Song “Antagonist” on BBC Radio 1
- London-based rock duo Nova Twins, consisting of vocalist/guitarist Amy Love and bassist Georgia South, premiered a new song “Antagonist” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
It was written by Amy Love and Georgia South. Produced by Nova Twins and Jim Abbiss.
The duo wrote the song during the COVID pandemic lockdown remotely.
Nova Twins told Clara Amfo about song, “The first song we got together to write off the lockdown to writing separately by sending things via logic back and forth? So this song was the first one we've managed to get together and we just jammed and had such a good time. So like, at the end of the song, you've got like an instrumental which was just asked like messing around, going for it, and then we just left it things like that needs to stay on the record. And then to do that kind of energy. The song is about kind of owning and celebrating your power, and then wanting to flip it on its head. So it's like, sometimes you've been tokenized for I don't know what you look like your gender, your sexuality for your race, or saying hang on you're not entitled as well. Now you're typing it's because you have to one up the problem, Jeremy, so flip it on its head taking the power back and celebrating.”
- The duo continued, “Like weird, like together all the time. Like, we basically lived together for years before the pandemic and because of the pandemic of various reasons we had to separate which was new to us. So we found ways of like surprising each other with like track ideas and send it to each other and FaceTiming and it got us through it and got us through and that was so fun. And then this June we finally got to do it together and all the energy that has built up in our friendship has just like blossomed into this.”
- source : BBC Radio 1