Friday, November 08, 2019

New Entry: The Trusted Release New Single "Wild Love"

Southend-on-Sea indie pop/rock four-piece The Trusted have released their catchy new single "Wild Love".

The song, recorded and produced at SS2 Studios in Southend by Rees Broomfield and mixed and mastered by producer, programmer and DJ, Pete Gleadall (David Bowie, U2, Robbie Williams, Pet Shop Boys MD), is out today (November 8th) via The Orchardle. Grab it here.

It shows another side to the band, showcasing a new height of the bands ability to write soulful and heartfelt lyrics and vocal. Over the soaring and panoramic chorus, ‘Wild Love’ has brought another huge dimension to their live performances and songbook.

"Wild Love" explores themes of rejecting the harsh realities of life and the current political and social upheavals we all face with a desire to run and hide from it all. Lead singer Tom Cunningham describes the track: ‘Wild Love is a song about leaving everything behind and running away with someone. It’s a song about finding a new place away from all the trouble and pain. We all kind of want to run away even if we don’t know where we are running.’ Of the band’s name singer Tom says ‘Its from a Nick Lowe penned song, which Elvis Costello had a hit with called 'What’s So Funny About Peace Love and Understanding' that has the lyrics, "So where are the strong And who are the trusted? And where is the harmony? Sweet harmony.’

Stream it below.


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