Home / News / Liverpool dream-pop janglers SPINN are returning with new cut, ‘Notice Me’, after supporting Will Joseph Cook, TRASH, and a nifty little spot at FestEvol.

Liverpool dream-pop janglers SPINN are returning with new cut, ‘Notice Me’, after supporting Will Joseph Cook, TRASH, and a nifty little spot at FestEvol.

Since the release of their last single, ‘Home’, SPINN have been admired for their dreamy sounds and youthful exuberance. Listen here

The four lads, who met at school, have been shown a lot of love online, garnering 50K (and still climbing) streams on Spotify, whilst also being booked for Kendal Calling, and selling out their first headline show in their hometown, Liverpool.

New single, ‘Notice Me’, sees the band venture down, more or less, the same route as, ‘Home’. It’s fun, refreshing, and almost certainly aimed at being a banger.

The track was first made to actually gain some radio play from SPINN’s local BBC Introducing host, Dave Monks. The idea was to write a song about wanting the attention of Monks.

Of the track, singer Jonathon Quinn said: “Notice Me started out as a way to get some radio play. We used to say it was a homage to BBC Radio Merseyside because when we wrote it we couldn’t get any radio play, and wanted to be noticed by them. The lyrics are a bit more meaningful, it’s essentially us trying to portray the concept of Hero Worship in a pop song. That’s why we’ve got a load of our gorgeous lovely heroes on the artwork.”

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