‘Bring It All Back’ is the latest single from UK born singer-songwriter Leanne Tennant, out on the 22nd of August via LT Records. ‘Bring It All Back’ is the second track off the forthcoming album, recorded and produced by Konstantin Kersting (Tia Gostelow, The Belligerents, Mallrat) in Brisbane, Australia, and mastered by Steve Smart at 301 Studios (Dean Lewis, Empire of the Sun, Flume). ‘Bring It All Back’ follows ‘Cherry Cola’, the stellar first single from her highly anticipated new album, which premiered and gained high rotation on Double J Radio. Her talents have been showcased at a number of festivals, including BIGSOUND and the 2018 Commonwealth Games and she is looking forward to bringing her live sound to the UK in May, 2020.
‘Bring It All Back’ opens with palpable energy, a bassline growling beneath punchy drums, before Leanne Tennant’s confident vocals ease into the mix with a calming warmth. Conversational yet poetic, the lyrics describe a frustrating but hopeful exchange between two minds locked in contentious engagement. ‘Bring It All Back’ quickly becomes very personal, culminating in the stunningly infectious chorus that cleverly communicates a compromising solution to the problems laid out in the verses.
Leanne Tennant had the following to share on her latest single: “The song is about two people in conversation with alternative views. One is suggesting that they open up the dialogue and explore alternative ideas and beliefs however their requests are futile as they’re communicating with someone who has a fixed mindset.”