SIIGHTS Releases New Song “Late Nights in Soho”
Irish-Scottish duo SIIGHTS, consisting of Mia Fitz and Toni Etherson, has released a new song “Late Nights in Soho”.
The song received its first play during BBC Radio 1's Future Pop with Mollie King.
The track is the third single off of their upcoming sophomore EP “Somewhere Between Lost & Found”, which is set to be released on April 14, 2023.
The track was written and produced by Mia Fitz and Toni Etherson.
The duo shared about song, “Late Nights In Soho actually began from a poem we wrote, we had been traveling back and forth from LDN so much and before that spending a lot of time in the US - we love to observe when we’re traveling and just take in the culture / surroundings it really got us thinking about how many people are all passing through soho - in NY & LDN and in life - all with their own complex stories some falling in love, some heading home from work etc, all of us in this same place but all with our own stories. Think the word we’d use to describe this is ‘sonder’ we tried to capture this feeling in the song when we were making it.”
- The new EP comprises 6-track. It is their first project since the 2020 self-titled debut EP.
The duo said, “Somewhere Between Lost and Found’ was our attempt at making sense of things that don’t really make sense, why if we have the ability to love someone so much do we also have to watch people we love leave, or go through pain that we can’t save them from, and why is collective mental heath so fragile now more than ever even though we’re in a world of hyper social ‘connection’ - why is there so much unsaid, why are we shamed for not feeling ok, for wanting platonic and romantic love to end without burned bridges - why do so many choose to stay quiet and not ask for help? We’re definitely not here to provide answers but we hope these songs can offer some hope - it’s been a few years since these songs were penned and we can say looking back now; things get better - hard moments don’t last and a lot of the time there’s some unexplainable synchronicity unfolding even when you can’t see it yet.”
Background photo by Alice Backham
- source : Apple Music