Superlove Premieres New Song “NRG” on BBC Radio 1
British noise-pop trio Superlove, consisting of Jacob Rice (vocals/bass), Jon Worgan (vocals/guitar) and Tom Hennessey (drums), premiered a new song “NRG” along with a music video on BBC Radio 1's Future Artists with Jack Saunders.
The song is the second single since their sophomore album “follow:noise”, which was released back in June.
The track was written by Jacob Rice, Jonathan Worgan, Tom Hennessey, and Tom Cory.
The band said of the song, “This is a funny one really as we'd just released a second album and we were still very much in the writing phase, so just decided to carry on writing. 'NRG' was the first song we put together out of all the writing we did post-album. We wanted to carry on with the same sound we honed in on for album two for sure, as we felt like we all understood the process in writing and recording within that style. You could say it was all really natural for us and almost second nature to fire out songs within that genre and style, as we'd surrounded ourselves with it so much over the last year.“
- They continued, “We also wanted to end this year on a bang with a new single release, following up on making our debut touring outside of the UK. 'NRG' definitely was on the right track to fit within that narrative. The song itself follows up lyrical themes of our follow:noise album. Such as being in your mid 20's in a modern world filled with pressures of what direction to take your life in, as well as being so overwhelmed that you feel like you have no energy to pursue what you actually want to achieve. Writing about these subjects always helps lift the weight off a bit for me, almost removing them from my brain and storing them in the song to help clear my head. I say that without the fear of sounding too cheesy there!”
- source : BBC Radio 1