Big Image have dropped a massive indie dance banger, ‘Something’.
Speaking about the track vocalist George Johnson says, “I wrote ‘Something’ the day before we first met up as a band after lockdown. I was really missing going out so the song is about all the best nights out we’ve had rolled into one (hence the super obvious acid house influence). I wrote it in about 30 minutes. It’s really just a super simple pop song and that’s why I love it.”
Bassist Luke Morris adds, “‘Something’ lyrically tells the story of finding someone at a rave/club and spending the night with them. When George played me the demo I knew it was a single. It’s the most acid house tune we’ve done, a proper party anthem desperate to be heard by the masses.”
The track comes alongside a video, of which the band explain: “The music video is about a couple who have a psychedelic experience – it was shot and directed by our longtime collaborator Henry Bettany. We hadn’t worked with him in a while so we were all buzzing to get back shooting with him.”
So there we go.
The track is taken from new EP, ‘Human Touch Is Forever’, set for release on 27th April and including the previous singles ‘Parallel Love Affair and ‘Crazier’.
You can check out ‘Something’ below.
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