Bells Larsen has dropped their new single ‘Sweater Weather’

Bells' debut album is coming this September.
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Bells Larsen has released a new single, ‘Sweater Weather’.

Following on from ‘People Who Mean So Much To Me (Feat. Leith Ross)’ and ‘Double Aquarius’, it’s the latest cut from their debut album ‘Good Grief’, due 9th September, and was inspired by Andy Shauf’s style of songwriting.

“I love that he embodies different narrators from song to song, weaving in and out of different voices,” Bells explains. “When I wrote ‘Sweater Weather’, I wanted to tell a story where my voice takes a backseat rather than being the one that drives the song’s primary narrative. It’s about watching someone grieve and being in awe of their ability to keep going, despite being in a lot of pain.”

Check out the new single below.

The full tracklisting for ‘Good Grief’ reads:

01 Wasps
02 Tongue Tied
03 Double Aquarius
04 Teenage Love
05 Sweater Weather
06 Say Something
07 Atlantic Love, A Long Distant Wave (ft. Devarrow)
08 The Geography Of Leaving
09 Cara
10 Ribcage
11 People Who Mean So Much To Me
12 Wasps (Reprise)

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