Copeland Premieres Heartfelt New Song 'Night Figures,' Announces New LP: Exclusive

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Copeland tells an intimate love story in its honest new single “Night Figures,” premiering completely on Billboard right this moment (Dec. 6).

The new monitor comes from the indie rock band's recently-announced new LP Blushing, due Feb. 14 on Tooth & Nail Records. Originally shaped as a rock outfit in 2001, Copeland expands its fashion on “Night Figures,” fusing its roots with digital and symphonic sounds. “We wished to take the entire parts that made up our sound previously and push these parts farther,” frontman Aaron Marsh says. “We might be every factor individually by pushing every aspect of our artwork in a extra centered means.” 

What outcomes from this experimentation is “Night Figures,” an ethereal mediation on love. The music’s multi-layered manufacturing captures the chaotic quiet of evening, whereas orchestral swells construct to the music’s pressing and highly effective ending. “Hiding in your phrases/ You’re impassive identical to me,” Marsh sings with breathy, and purposely summary, lyrics. “I attempt to maintain issues just a little cloudy,” Marsh says. “I need folks to connect their very own meanings and let the lyrics meet them the place they're.” 

The new album is Copeland's first since 2014's Ixora, which arrived alongside its return from a five-year hiatus. With “Night Figures” the band prepares for a brand new period: setting the stage for the remainder of Blushing, whereas nonetheless holding onto the affect of its earlier works. “That allow us to be free to essentially push ourselves in that means and this album represents that,” Marsh says.

Listen to “Night Figures” and discover the Blushing album monitor itemizing and cowl artwork beneath, together with Copeland's upcoming tour dates with From Indian Lakes and Many Rooms. The new album is up for pre-order right here.

1. "Pope"
2. "Lay Here"
three. "As Above So Alone"
four. "Suddenly"
5. "Night Figures"
6. "Skywriter"
7. "Colorless"
eight. "On Your Worst Day"
9. "Strange Flower"
10. "It Felt So Real"
11. "Waltz on Water"

 
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