New Video: Bright Orange Spectacle – 'She Could Get Better'

 
 
 

Bright Orange Spectacle return to announce the release of debut single She Could Get Better on 7” vinyl along with a new B Side (I Was Never) Right For You - exclusive to Flying Vinyl - and an accompanying lyric video

She Could Get Better jaunts through it’s Bowie esc pianos, mixing in velvet smooth strings and a wash of reverb drenched guitar colouring. It’s as bold as it is simple with it’s influence ranging between everything from Tchaikovsky to Arcade Fire, yet boasting a simple, hooky chorus to repeat over and over in your mind. (I was Never) Right For You has been released as the B Side to the track and is only available in vinyl form (which can be ordered from the bands label What About Records’ website or obtained at upcoming shows). It introduces us to the bands more rock ’n’ roll influence - it’s like a theatrical journey through sounds relating to The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers and The Who’s Tommy, yet still doesn’t shy away from the bands signature string sound and classical leanings.  

The video - directed by regular collaborator JGR Fletcher - takes you on a simple yet effective journey through the baroque themed, glittery dreamland of the groups heartbreak tale. Millennial Glam proves its’ colours once again by using a simple GIF like change of image whilst emphasising the bands words on the breakdown of a long term romance. 

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeRrWGnfeQo&fbclid=IwAR0DbjBywXJY69ikZ31LMdy9s9js1OIkhZKwkZsNPdmSfEiLVsq1NNJdW4k

The band, based in Brighton, came together as a five piece earlier this year and consists of singer/songwriter Charlie Sinclair, guitarist Matthew Berry, bassist Rooney Durrant, drummer George Le Page and percussionist/songwriter/dancer Jack Fletcher. Known from day one for their loud approach to musical creation, exuberant live shows and colourful imagery the band have coined themselves as the worlds first ‘Millennial Glam’ artist. With sold out shows around the South of England and the early signs of an exciting career ahead the future looks even brighter than the spectacle itself. 

Praise for Bright Orange Spectacle:

“A wash and wave of colour which the music industry needs!” - Clunk Magazine

“Lush strings and fistfuls of melodic magic” - Hidden Herd

“Something truly original that is fitting of the name.” - Indie Central Music

Josh, Charlie & Harriet x

 
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