SUPPORT FOR ‘MAYBE I COULD TELL YOU’
“Listeners can expect to be swept off of their feet and into the band’s indie-tinged soundscape upon the first listen.”
UK-based noise-pop band Superlove have just revealed their ethereal new single ‘Maybe I Could Tell You’ and its picturesque accompanying music video.
The electro-pop-tinged track is influenced by mid-2000’s coming-of-age films featuring those early moments of falling in love. The band explain, “to take a step aside from our usual writing process was really fun and this song has definitely opened up another new window for what our band can sound like. Lyrically the song is all about those moments building up to telling someone how you feel about them, when you want to tell someone you love them or fancy them. It can be a pretty nerve-wracking thing. The conversational element to the song was something that was done to showcase the innocence and vulnerability of the songs topic.”
Previous singles ‘Save Yourselves’ and ‘wanna luv u’ saw extensive support from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Rock Sound (UK), Upset Magazine (UK), Milky, Rawing In The Pit, GC Live, Punktuation Magazine, AAA Backstage and Listen Loud. They also saw radio play from BBC Radio 1 (UK), RTÉ 2XM (IRE), Pinguin Radio (NED), The Faction and Radio Adelaide.
‘Maybe I Could Tell You’ is available worldwide now, via Rude Records