The band behind the anthemic single “Stop The Bleeding” are back with “To Love Someone Deeply.”
Club Yorke have returned with an ode to young love and learning to let it in. After a name change in the back end of 2018, the release of their visceral and anthemic single and an east coast tour, this new release seeks to showcase the bands sonic diversity, a sign of what’s to come.
It’s a slightly tamer offering than previous releases, though the track still swirls with glowing guitars, a commanding drum sound and is driven by an emotive vocal, under-pinned by a strong sentiment, expertly written.
“I suppose a lot of the writing lately has been more reflective of the past. There’s definitely a nostalgia that’s being tapped into with this one. It’s about the early days of a relationship, learning about yourself and how to love someone else,” says the band’s frontman, Sam Burtt.
This time choosing to abandon their traditional recording habits, the four- piece swapped out the studio luxuries of vocal booths and treated rooms for closets and bedrooms. “We had always toyed with the idea of taking a more DIY approach to the production process and this song has really been our gateway into that world,” explains Sam.
Production duties were shared between the band’s frontman and Malcolm Besley (Northeast Party House, City Calm Down). “We were still so in love with the drums sounds that Mal pulled on our second EP so it was a no brainer to get in a studio with him for the drum production day, outside of that we were just winging the rest”.