Earlier this year The Big Pink made their return with “No Angels”, their first new song released in over a decade. It was co-written with Jamie T and The Kills’ Jamie Hince, with Jamie T also lending a hand on vocals and guitar.
The song channels a grandiose 80s synth rock and new wave influence, with a golden anthemic chorus that features British duo Dust In The Sunlight. It’s a bit more of a straight pop sound that has a soaring quality that could fill up a stadium.
Speaking about the new song, the band’s Robbie Furze said:
“Love Spins On Its Axis” is probably the most hopeful song I’ve ever written. My life got pretty confusing and I started feeling like I was in a bizarre surreal war that I was never going to make it out of. It was from the depths of that darkness that I had this moment of perfect clarity and calm. I started questioning “what’s most important on this journey that I am on?” It’s Love. Pure & simple. It has always been love. It’s about not getting distracted from that, not wasting a single moment on things that are not important, things we can’t control. Love is everything. That’s what we need to fight for. Let’s start that revolution.
Enjoy the official music video for the track, which we have shared below.
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