Coach Party’s top new ‘un ‘Really OK On My Own’ reflects on the complexities of love

They're on a roll.

Coach Party have released their new single, ‘Really OK On My Own’.

It’s the follow-up to recent drop ‘Can’t Talk, Won’t’, the Isle of Wight four-piece’s first new material since the release of their debut EP ‘Party Food’, out now via Chess Club Records.

Lead singer and bassist Jess Eastwood says: “It’s all about being so in love with someone, that you start blowing off your friends to spend time with just them. However, there’s always that fight, where when you love someone so much, you also think of the possibility of suddenly ‘would you be ok without them?’ Then there’s the chorus of ‘does she even know you’re here’ – this is relating to a scenario where you’re with someone who’s already with someone else, and you’re always comparing yourself to them: ‘do I make you feel better’. Generally touching base on how complicated love is, and where your thoughts can spiral.”

Check it out below.

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