British indie rock band Two Weeks In Nashville have just dropped their brand new track "Losing You".
Bringing bounds of energy and scintillating riffs to the forefront, the band pay homage to the capital of music in their name and in turn, present a brand new musical perspective. The new single melts together pop melodies and thumping beats with echoing, electric motifs. The chorus certainly doesn't hold back either- a floor-filling, singalong anthem that is sure to stir a crowd.
Speaking on "Losing You", songwriter and frontman Billy LeRiff reveals:
“I wrote "Losing You" about wanting to be with a girl you’ve known for a long time. You’ve grown up and lived in the same town and are always bumping into each other. You can never tell how she feels about you though; she is forever giving you different signs! You’re fed up. You’re clinging onto the idea and dream that you’ll end up together but at the same time it's driving you to feel like you’re losing her!”
The band make it clear that they pull from a myriad of influences, with hints of the likes of Kings Of Leon, The Rolling Stones and The Killers creeping in, shifting between classic rock and contemporary indie pop. With some killer support slots under their belt and support from BBC Introducing, Two Weeks In Nashville might just be your new favourite band.
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