Leeds teen quartet L’objectif have shared a brand new single, ‘Same Thing’.
Talking about the track, frontman Saul Kane explains: “The song itself is quite simplistic – I wanted to write something people can sing and dance to. The lyrics aren’t too complex either, but the subject matter can go as deep as you want it.” Kane also produced the track himself with mixing courtesy of Nathan Boddy. The eye-catching accompanying video was directed by Daniel Broadley.
He continues: “For me, it’s about the introspective aspect of relationships with people and the connotations and worries we attach to different situations that are completely unhealthy and made up in our heads. It’s not a song telling someone nicely to stop overthinking; it’s telling your thoughts to shut up. At first I thought the lyrics were about someone else but it’s most likely a message to myself.”
It’s the first new music from the band since the release of last year’s ‘Have It your Way’ EP, and comes as they’re announced as support for Everything Everything at their upcoming Leeds and London shows, alongside their own headline dates and appearances at The Great Escape and Live At Leeds.
You can check out the video for ‘Same Thing’ below.