Ahead of the release of their new EP ‘Emotion Sickness’ on Friday (29th November), Brighton four-piece Nature TV have shared their latest cut ‘Side Eye’.
A jangly indie number with a summery shine, it’s an easy, breezy slice of guitar pop that explores the feeling of paranoia when you mistake what your pals are thinking.
In the group’s own words: “Ready for some self pity? Well, here’s ‘Side Eye’. A song about misunderstanding situations with your friends, or dare I say lovers, then losing sight of what it was all about anyway. It’s about how that can end up tainting memories or relationships which needn’t have been soured, when just a lil bit of talking could have sorted it all out and not left you feeling cut off. Enjoy?”
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