Menace Beach’s new tune ‘Satellite’ was inspired by Liza Violet’s dog


Menace Beach have released their song ‘Satellite’, a cut from upcoming album ‘Black Rainbow Sound’.

“I wrote the words to ‘Satellite’ after I came back to Leeds and saw how crazily nuanced and weird the bond between Liza and her dog had become,” says Ryan.

“It got me thinking about clairvoyance in human relationships and how developed and extrasensory they would become if we constantly studied each other as much as that little guy watches Liza, or even if we just paid a little more attention to each other.”

Their new full-length will hit shelves on 31st August via Memphis Industries. The duo will be on tour this October and November, playing dates in Derby, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, London, Bristol, Sheffield and Leeds.

Check out ‘Satellite’ below.

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