Here’s another great banger from York alt-rockers, Feed Them To The Forest. Nice and melodic, guys. Tasty.
With footage collated from recent live shows and time in the studio, ‘Six Seasons and a Movie’ is a neat example of their American-influenced sound, calling on influences from bands like Taking Back Sunday, Brand New and The Used.
Produced by Recorded by Mike Spink (The Gaslight Anthem, The 1975) and Robin Schmidt (Placebo, Beatsteaks) the track follows on from ‘Black Canary’ their previous single which came out July 17.
Commenting on the song vocalist Elliott Partridge explained:
“Six Seasons is like a break-up song, but not in a romantic sense. It’s basically a love song to the intense friendships of youth, where you and your friends almost become an extension of each other and how, when those friendships inevitably grow tired and distant, it can really hit your sense of self.”