Chappaqua Wrestling have released a new single, ‘Wayfinding’

The song drops alongside a music video by Jack Pell.
Photo credit: Henry Dean

Chappaqua Wrestling have shared their new single, ‘Wayfinding’, alongside a retro music video.

It follows the Manchester quartet’s summer single, ‘Full Round Table’, which blazed a trail to optimism through an overwhelming range of crises hitting society’s youngest at an alarming rate.

Assisted by a nostalgic music video by Jack Pell, ‘Wayfinding’ continues to guide listeners towards a more positive mindset as they plead, “don’t say that your life ain’t turning round”.

“‘Wayfinding’ is a song to guide you through the ups and downs of doing something you really believe in,” Chappaqua Wrestling explain. “However glossy-eyed you are on a weekend about life, the mid-week lull can come to ruin it. The monotony of work, the routine of debt via rent and pub eating at your soul.”

They continue: “Sometimes you gotta be strong and ignore the present depressing times, and think about how generally things are moving in the right direction. You have to believe.”

You can check out ‘Wayfinding’ below:

Chappaqua Wrestling tour the UK next month, will the show dates as below:

15 Leeds, Live At Leeds Festival
22 Cardiff, Sŵn Festival
23 Glasgow, McChuills
25 London, Peckham Audio
27 Bristol, Exchange
28 Brighton, Hope & Ruin

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