New Release: 'I Was Never Right For You' by Bright Orange Spectacle

 
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Today Bright Orange Spectacle return to announce the release of their new single 'I Was Never Right For You'. 

It follows on from the band's debut single released earlier this year and featured on their recent physical release through Flying Vinyl. The group return with their unique blend of baroque pop, glam rock and a heavy dose of theatrical hooks. The track is an introduction to the band's rock 'n' roll influences - like a rabbit hole journey through sounds relating to The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers and The Who's Tommy, yet never shies away from the band’s signature lush string sound and earworm choruses. 

Although sonically perfect for warm summer nights, the songs lyrics deal with singer Charlie Sinclair's growing guilt towards ending a relationship. From jealousy to the anxiety of seeing each other, to the overwhelming sense of sadness that the end of every relationship brings, the band tackle the singer's emotions head-on. It all results in a crescendoing middle 8 full of relatable one-liners about how we all conduct ourselves romantically. 

The band, based between London and Brighton, came together as a five-piece earlier this year and consists of singer/songwriter Charlie Sinclair, guitarists Kyle Torode and Darcy Calton, 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 world’s first 'Millennial Glam' band. 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. 

Get the single now on all digital platforms: ampl.ink/710YJ

"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