Cassia Premieres New Song “Circular Motion” featuring KAWALA on BBC Radio 1
Manchester-based indie pop band Cassia premiered a new song “Circular Motion” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
This time, the band teamed up with London-based pop band KAWALA on the track.
The track was written by Jacob Leff, Robert Ellis, James Higson, and Daniel McCarthy. Produced by Robert Ellis and Jacob Leff.
Cassia told Clara Amfo about their collaboration, “We had bit of a boozy night out. We went to the farm and we got to know them there. And then we kind of thought well, we might as well try and do tracks. We're respective fans of each other's bands and stuff. And so, we actually just managed to sort session out and then everything came pretty quick. It was good energy in the room and stuff. So that was just good mates. And so it was wicked.”
- The band continued, “It was to be honest, it was really fast when we're just chatting a lot. So we're just chatting the whole time, and then we'll actually we should definitely write tune. And it was like three hours of just writing together, and then kind of left it for a while and don't get back out. It was just I don't know, I really loved chorus, and 'I was gonna do some of this.' I was like, this is decent.”
They added, “It's nice. It was cool because I think everyone it was quite jammed. Like everyone was just kind of chipping in missings and it just came down naturally. It's always nice when that happens. It's not hard and it just kind of comes out without you really realizing what's going on.”
KAWALA shared on social media, “From early doors of starting Kawala we always followed & loved Cassia's music. For years we played the same festivals & never really had a chance to meet & tell them we were big fans. Until one day last year, we played back to back at a festival & FINALLY has the chance to chin wag, only to find out they felt the same We got chatting, (then very drunk together at Barn on the farm lols) & with no deep expectations, decided to get in a room to see what would happen! It came as no real surprise that it worked & here we are today presenting 'Circular Motion' Ft. yours truly. Hope you all enjoy.”
- source : BBC Radio 1