Fauna Records are releasing the band’s debut single!
Today is the release of the debut single A Cross from the London band Earhart. The song is an outsider tale set amongst hissing electronics, burning petrol riffs and super eight pop hooks; the first in a series of singular, transporting recordings.
The band, who formed in 2017, is named after the aviator Amelia Earhart who mysteriously vanished in 1937 while attempting to circumnavigate the globe. Earhart consists of frontman Joe Tennant (vocals), Daniel Green (guitar), Aaron Dolby (bass) and Harry Lane (drums).
Discussing their first release, Joe explained: “It’s about self-destruction and resurrection. Detachment from the world. Reflections of an outsider looking in. Trying not to drown in a society of lost souls. A feeling of being the only sane one and holding on to inner-fire when nothing else matters.”
But what is the sound of the new song? Is it good? Is it worth listening? We at On the Scene say: Definitely! The song isn’t necessarily that catchy but is a strong beat and certain lyrics wil resonate with you. We bet that Earhart will have a hit on their hands and are destined for greatness, based on this first track.
If you want to hear Earhart live, then you’re in luck. The band has two upcoming gigs in London and one is right round the corner!
To hear more from Earhart, you can also give their Facebook page a look.