THE CATENARY WIRES: MIRRORBALL – New single, new video, and an 80s disco!
With this sprightly piece of melodic, classic indie-pop that has all the classic British pop skills of melancholic, magic from the mundane, observational kitchen sink writing of a Beautiful South but with an indie core The Catenary Wives Mirrorball takes two lonely single people, and takes them for a night out in an 80s disco. Surrounded by divorcees and middle-aged drunks, will they be too shy to talk, or will they find some love action? Is this going to be heaven or hell?
Find out in this brand-new video…
This is definitely the most positive and the most romantic duet The Catenary Wires have ever released. With delicate – and not so delicate – musical tributes to the 80s, Mirrorball starts off sceptical, but ends up falling in love with the music of a decade that was pure, unsubtle, tasteless and synthetic. The 80s disco turns out to be heavenly!
To celebrate, there’s a real (virtual) 80s disco in the diary – and everyone is invited. Top indie club How Does It Feel has invited The Catenary Wires (and a lot of guest DJs) to take over for the night on March 27th. The playlist will be mostly heaven, but there will be a bit of hell thrown in…
Rob and Amelia (ex Talulah Gosh, Heavenly) started The Catenary Wires as a duo, but they’re a full band now – and the new recordings have a very different tone, with the inspired contributions of Fay Hallam (keyboard), Ian Button (drums) and Andy Lewis (bass).
The Catenary Wires write songs for grown-up indie kids. They don’t pretend to be 23 any more, but they do remember what it felt like. Their songs are a combination of joy and regret, innocence and experience.
MIRRORBALL is the first single from upcoming album Birling Gap which is out in April.
Soundcloud link: https://soundcloud.com/skepwax/sets/mirrorball-7-single-skepwax002