Chartreuse release ‘Tall Grass’ ahead of new EP in October
Since releasing their debut EP Even Free Money Doesn’t Get Me Out Of Bed released in 2019, Chartreuse have remained a firm favourite of ours leaving us excited for whatever next. They’re latest release was their instrumental EP Relaxation Tape for Nobodies, which certainly eased the mind as their musical talents calmed the nerves of the listener.
However, with lockdown restrictions loosening up the band have been able to start properly writing again, which delivers the birth of ‘Tall Grass’. This track shows the band taking a slightly different direction, as this track has certain hints to Bon Iver’s 22, A Million with the tinted warped vocals and instrumentals.
Chartreuse always leave the listener thinking about the song they’ve written, with their use of lyrics and the way they’re delivered.
Wagstaff explains: “Tall Grass is about looking both out and in. It explains the world I was in when I wrote it. Sitting in a landscape of introvertism, reflection and coming out of myself to be apart of the world, really feeling the anxieties and complexities that come along with it.”
Their new EP Keep Checking Up On Me is set for release on October 9th through Communion Records, which is setting out to be another fantastic release by one of the most underrated bands out there today. Soak their music in, and get ready for the next chapter.
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