Orlando Weeks has returned with new song ‘Big Skies, Silly Faces’

The first taster of a forthcoming second album, it comes after last year's debut solo full-length 'A Quickening'.
Photo credit: Cal McIntyre.

Orlando Weeks has debuted a brand new single, ‘Big Skies, Silly Faces’.

The first taster of a forthcoming second album, it comes after last year’s debut solo full-length ‘A Quickening’.

The track features vocal harmonies from Katy J Pearson, bass from Ben Reed and production from Deek Recordings founder Bullion. Partly inspired by the idea of examining the facets of fatherhood, it also takes influence from the early Mike Leigh film ‘Nuts in May’.

“There’s something about that that’s always stayed with me,” he explains, “the very English absurdity of making the most of a situation. The desperation for any potential silver lining. Really though I think Big Skies Silly Faces is about how I can be my own worst enemy – “No stopping that sky high as its wide … my mind against my better thinking. know the feeling but wonder why…”

With a run of rescheduled live shows coming in March 2020, you can check out ‘Big Skies Silly Faces’ below.

You can catch Orlando Weeks live at:

MARCH 2022
10 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
11 – The Mash House, Edinburgh
12 – Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
15 – The 02 Institute 2, Birmingham
16 – Cambridge Junction, Cambridge
17 – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
19 – Concorde 2, Brighton
20 – The Barbican Centre, London

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