Wild Pink are teasing their upcoming album with new single, 'You Can Have It Back'.
It's a cut from 'A Billion Little Lights'. The follow-up to 2018's 'Yolk In The Fur', the full-length is the band's first with Toronto-based label Royal Mountain Records, and is due on 19th February.
Frontman John Ross says: "This was the last song I wrote for the album, and it’s also one of the most fun to play live. Wild Pink songs typically don't follow conventional song structures but with this one I did. Julia’s vocals totally make this song what it is, and I love Dan's harmonies in the choruses - I wrote it with the intention of having someone else sing it. but ended up just singing it myself. This song is inspired by Fleetwood Mac and, once again, “If I Needed You” by Townes Van Zandt (one of the greatest songs ever written). Special cameo by Computer the Dog."
Of the video, he adds: "We shot this in Philly at the aboandoned Mount Moriah Cemetery and Lisa Osicky, the main person in the video, choreographed a dance to the song played at double speed. Dan procured the Homburg hats and we windexed headstones like true professionals. The shoot was a blast and I'd highly recommend a hike through Mount Moriah to anyone."
Check it out below.