new music: July Talk

Today, I’m bringing you some new music from Canadian alt-rock and blues quintet July Talk. You can check out the video for the single ‘Push + Pull’ below.

The track is a great and catchy dance song packed full of melodies and catchy hooks to see you dancing and swaying along to the verses. Where the verses flow with their harmonies, the choruses are heavier with rock and roll guitar riffs, a gruff and gritty vocals and sharp drum hits. This all compliments each other wonderfully though as the harshness of the rock fulled choruses work surprisingly well with the softer, infectious notes of the verses. This is a really good single that will surely become an earworm for many and will leave others intrigued to hear more from these guys.

This video was premiered on Billboard and the aesthetic matches those of the band’s previous offerings, full of black and white imagery. After clocking up plenty of views online over the years, the band were always bound to create something great to go along with their latest single.

The single comes along with the announcement of the band’s new album ‘Touch’ which is due for release this September. This will be the follow up to their self-titled debut album which received plenty of critical acclaim. It’s set to be an emotive and wonderful set of tracks, so that is something to look forward to in the coming months.

The band will be out on tour this September, starting at King Tuts in Glasgow on 13th and finishing in London at Boston Music Rooms on 15th. So make sure you get down to those dates if you like what you are hearing from these guys.

You can find out more about July Talk by visiting their website, their Facebook page or you can follow them on Twitter – @julytalk


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