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AA Indie Song of the Day - Club Yorke - "To Love Someone Deeply"

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The Indie song of the Day comes from another Australian band, this time it's Club Yorke from Melbourne.


The Indie song of the Day comes from another Australian band, this time it's Club Yorke from Melbourne. The band just released a new single called "To Love Someone Deeply."



The band's new single follows up their track "Stop the Bleeding." This song is an ode to young love and learning to let it in. The band changed their name at the end of last year and so far, the new name and the new music is working out great for them.

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.

Production duties were shared between the bands 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”.

For more on Club Yorke, https://www.facebook.com/clubyorke



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AA Indie Song of the Day - Club Yorke - "To Love Someone Deeply"


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The Indie song of the Day comes from another Australian band, this time it's Club Yorke from Melbourne.

The Indie song of the Day comes from another Australian band, this time it's Club Yorke from Melbourne. The band just released a new single called "To Love Someone Deeply."



The band's new single follows up their track "Stop the Bleeding." This song is an ode to young love and learning to let it in. The band changed their name at the end of last year and so far, the new name and the new music is working out great for them.

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.

Production duties were shared between the bands 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”.

For more on Club Yorke, https://www.facebook.com/clubyorke


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