Cape Cub Premieres New Song “Moonglow” on BBC Music Introducing
UK alternative pop-rock band Cape Cub has delivered a new song “Moonglow” via SoundCloud.
The song received its first play during BBC Music Introducing. Also the song was premiered exclusively on Live Nation’s Ones To Watch.
Originally, Cape Cub started as a solo project for singer-songwriter and producer Chad Male in 2014. He has released a debut EP "Closer" (2016) and the second EP "6am" (2017).
But this year, he teamed up with four bandmates then Cape Cub was reborn as the band. The new song is the first single release as the band.
Chad Male said of the song;
“’Moonglow’ is the first song we’ve put out as a band and it’s a statement of intent for things going forward. Sonically speaking, it’s been hugely influenced by our live set. There’s a wider sonic palette with this single than previous Cape Cub songs and we’ve gone all out. I mean, for the first time we’ve gone for bigger drums, chants, moments of both intimacy and almost over the top grandeur, a sample of a cafe in Copenhagen, and even organs, which is definitely a first. I don’t want to go too deep into its meaning… I want people to have their own interpretation, that’s important. But if I were to capture the sentiment of this song in one word I’d say it was hope. A reoccurring theme in my writing is this idea of a light in the darkness, and that’s what ‘Moonglow’ is about… that no matter how bad things get, there’s always hope.”
- The band will appear on Twisterella Festival 2018 in Teesside University on October 13th. The festival features Blinders, Estrons, Venus, Crystal, Bryde, Night Flowers, CHILDCARE, Boy Azooga and The Howl & The Hum, among others.
After the festival, the band will perform live at The Cluny in Newcastle on October 29th.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- source : Ones To Watch