Tasmanian indie rockers Enola Fall are back with London, their new single. The hypnotic new song welds baroque, jittery guitars to a soaring electro-pop chorus and offers a taste of the band’s upcoming new album Bloodhound (set for release in March 2018).
“London is a song about how a piece of music, or a taste or a smell can send you straight back in time,” explains singer/guitarist/songwriter Joe Nuttall. “Things which are supposed to stay in the past can be summoned back with alarming ease. It’s a song about a city that may or may not exist anymore, and probably never did in the first place.”
For the last decade Enola Fall have become a fixture on the Australian indie scene, playing major festivals and supporting acts like Courtney Barnett, The Jezabels, Amanda Palmer and The Violent Femmes on tour.
With a new album on the horizon, Nuttall is sounding characteristically confident yet self-deprecating on what fans can expect – “This new record is shaping up to be somewhere in the vicinity of Kate Bush, Bowie, Sufjan Stevens and several other amazing musicians that I probably shouldn’t be comparing myself to.”