Nottingham indie/post punk quartet Cucamaras have dropped their new single "Death Of The Social".
Speaking about the song, band member Josh Hart said: “The lyrics that Olly wrote for the track took a really simple but stark form. I think we both enjoy how literal and honest the track is, and that’s matched with probably our most simple song structure we’ve ever had, but that chorus just has impact and I think it will be somewhat of a protagonist in our live set. You can’t not go nuts for that, surely?”.
The single was inspired by the work of sociologist Jean Baudrillard and penned whilst gigging in Paris, after a hungover debate between Hart and Bowley. The song takes inspiration from postmodernism as well as drawing on internal anxieties that the two have about an increasing social divide in society. It was recorded and mixed at Rainy Daze Recordings in Nottingham.
Get it here and stream it below.