NewsWritten by Alex Gallagher on February 11, 2020
Melbourne’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever have shared new single ‘Cars in Space’ alongside a video set in an old-school Australian drive-in, directed by Nick McKinlay.
The song, which the band’s Fran Keaney explains is about “the swirling words and thoughts before a breakup”, feels consistent with their general jangly oeuvre. It’s packed full of the ultra-hooky, layered guitar-work that earned them acclaim with debut album Hope Downs.
Whether the new track signals an album is on the way we’re not 100% certain, but given that they released 7″ single ‘In the Capital/Read My Mind’ last year, hopefully it’s a sign they’re cooking up something good.
Check out the video for ‘Cars in Space’ below. RBCF have a few Australian dates over the next month or so, including their upcoming Sydney shows supporting Pixies at the Opera House. You can check those out below too.
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Australian Dates
Friday, 14th February Perth Festival, Perth
Sunday, 1st March Nine Lives Festival, Brisbane
Saturday, 14th March Sydney Opera House (w/ Pixies), Sydney
Sunday, 15th March Sydney Opera House (w/ Pixies), Sydney
Wednesday, 18th March Brunswick Music Festival, Melbourne, Australia
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