Track Premiere: Major Leagues ‘It Was Always You’

March 29th 2017

  • Major Leagues :: It Was Always You

 

“It was always you, but all I can see now is blue.”

Brissy four piece Major Leagues are back with a brand new single, ‘It Was Always You’, produced by Popfrenzy label-mate Jonathon Boulet. With a classic 60s garage-pop structure, it’s stacked with bright, sunny guitars, tight drums, and melodic bass lines – beautifully offsetting the darker theme of post-breakup regret and longing.

‘It Was Always You’ is the first taste from the band’s debut album, set for release later this year. It’s the first we’ve heard from Major Leagues since 2016’s Dream States EP and co-headline tour with Sydney legends Flowertruck. They’ve also toured with Beach Fossils, Wild Nothing, The Preatures and Bloods – so you can bet this new track is going to sound even better live.

Catch their stunning lo-fi pop for yourself at Golden Age Cinema & Bar and Rare Finds’ second birthday, both coming up in April. Details below.

 

WHAT: Major Leagues – Live on the Golden Stage
WHEN: Thursday, April 27, 9pm
WHERE: Golden Age Cinema & Bar, Commonwealth St, Surry Hills
HOW MUCH: Free! More info here
WHAT: Rare Finds’ 2nd Birthday
WHO: Major Leagues, Hey Geronimo, Bad Pony, Mookhi, Nocturnal Tapes, Moza, The Khanz, Mount Zamia, Crocodylus, Dappled Cities DJs, Schoolies ’08 DJs
WHEN: Saturday, April 29, 7:30pm
WHERE: Oxford Art Factory
HOW MUCH: $20 + B.F. here

 

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