Little Cub release ‘My Nature’
November 28, 2016
Share new song ‘My Nature’ – listen HERE
New live dates announced including Little Cub Xmas Party at The Ivy House, London, December 16th
Following the release of their debut Domino EP, Loveless, London’s Little Cub have shared new track ‘My Nature’. Listen to it HERE.
Further showcasing front man and lyricist Dominic Gore’s astute and relatable lyricism, he says about ‘My Nature’:-
“’My Nature’ was written as a hook for a piece of Dance music but played by a band with words that reflected the way I see myself in the centre of all this mess. Where as ‘Loveless’ is written for a somewhat wistful and perhaps naive perspective, ‘My Nature’ is much more hardened and less ashamed. It’s about no longer looking for absolution, and it can come across as a bit unsympathetic.”
Alongside the new track and following the band’s headline show at London’s Electrowerkz in celebration of the release of the Loveless EP, they have announced a trio of new London live dates, including the Little Cub Xmas Party – featuring special guests Pavan and more – at The Ivy House, Nunhead, London on Friday December 16th.
As well as the ‘Loveless’ EP, the band’s debut tracks, ‘Breathing Space’ and ‘Intent’, are available for free download now via their website http://wearelittlecub.com/ and streaming now on Spotify and Apple Music.
Forthcoming live dates
Saturday November 26th – Cat Lovers Club @ Queen of Hoxton, London
Wednesday 14th December – Collaborations Night @ Kamio, London
Friday 16th December – Little Cub Xmas Party @ The Ivy House, Nunhead, London w/ Pavan and more
Praise for Little Cub
Provokes that wave of euphoria that comes from gathering in a club with a horde of like-minded people.
An understated triumph […] like Hot Chip going gung-ho in the pop stakes.
Little Cub seem to be concerned with making a very particular type of British suburban pop music—two parts Pet Shop Boys, one part Wild Beasts.
‘Loveless’ arrives with a faint air of mystery, an artful manner that is both subtle and devastating.
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