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CAPE CUB RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘SEARCHLIGHT’ & NEW SHOWS

Having accumulated huge numbers of plays across streaming platforms with his previous tracks – as well as over 1,000,000 views on Mr Suicide Sheep’s YouTube channel for the outstanding ‘Keep Me In Mind’ – emerging artist Cape Cub returns with Searchlight on 17th November 2017, the second in a series of three singles for LAB Records.

As with previous single ‘Flowers’, Chad Male, the producer and artist behind Cape Cub, showcases his natural flair for uplifting and rousing melodies, this time with a more contemplative and autumnal vibe.

Searchlight is a song for the night. It’s about finding a little light in the darkness and finding yourself again. It’s also about dependence on other human beings; I find it hard to imagine getting through anything alone” explains Chad.

After topping the HypeMachine chart with ‘Swim’ in 2015 and gaining critical acclaim from the Closer and 6am EPs last year – two releases deeply influenced by the dynamics of heading into his twenties and Male’s personal attachment to his hometown of Marske-by-the-Sea on the North East coast – Chad has been holed away in his North East studio working on new material during the first half of 2017.

Searchlight is the second ever song I’ve written on a piano, so the feel is much different to anything else you’ve probably heard from Cape Cub. I wanted there to be space in the recording too, and to feel like the chorus really pulls you out of those depths. Like anything I’ve ever put out there, it’s a hugely personal song and I hope it means something to all of you out there too” added Male.

Nodding to the iconic storytelling, vividly human imagery and natural showmanship of SpringsteenDeath Cab For Cutie and Brandon Flowers, as well as the new wave of contemporary alternative electronic and pop producers like Maggie Rogers, Aquilo and new label mate KykoCape Cub’s music is rooted in the vitality and warmth of human relationships.

With ‘Flowers’ featuring on Apple Music’s ‘Best Of The Week’, as well as numerous popular Spotify playlists, it’s perhaps no surprise that Cape Cub recently surpassed the20 million streams milestone.

Following dates with Clean Cut Kid and Fickle Friends, as well as recent performances at BBC Amplify in London and Twisterella Festival in Middlesbrough, Cape Cubwill be back out on the road this autumn:

30 Nov | Lending Room | Leeds

01 Dec | Underground | Newcastle

02 Dec | Hemelvaart | Ayton, Scottish Borders

23 Dec | Georgian Theatre | Stockton-on-Tees

Thursday 15th February | Fulford Arms | York

Saturday 17th February | Lending Room | Leeds

Thursday 22nd February | Thousand Island | London

Friday 23rd February | Sound | Liverpool

Saturday 24th February | Think Tank? | Newcastle

Tickets: www.capecub.co.uk/live

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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