COURSE Release Nostalgic New Single “Sixteen” Along With Accompanying Flash Fiction Short Story

Chicago based synth/indie/pop group Course released today their nostalgic new single “Sixteen” off their forthcoming debut album A Late Hour (out May 21st). The song debuted on Consequence of Sound along with the accompanying flash fiction short story written by singer/guitarist Jess Robbins.

Listen to “Sixteen” HERE

“While the song is about the mixed emotions that come with the newfound freedoms of adolescence, there’s a comparison to be made about the struggles and successes of the last year,” stated Consequence. “‘This life, this love/Call it crazy, call it dull – but don’t call it luck,’ sings Robbins over optimistic synths that dance with anticipation.”

“Sixteen” follows the release of the band’s lead single “Give it All Away.” It was featured on Under The Radar who called it “a lush dream pop tapestry.”

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