Cigarettes after Sex has returned for their first new music since the release of their their sophomore album Cry, with a new single ‘You’re all I want’.
Chronicling a new love, the track is described by the bands Greg Gonzales “Recorded in the summer of 2017 during the sessions for our second album, Cry. The initial takes of the song were finished in the courtyard of the house we were staying at in Mallorca, late in the evening, right as a thunderstorm was rushing in over us. Almost 3 years later, having just moved to LA, I finally wrote the lyrics & they ended up telling a story I saw as a fantasy or dream involving my girlfriend & I. Sort of reversing our roles & retelling the way we met, while imagining what a sweet future might look like together…”
Even with the relatively upbeat subject of new found love, Cigarettes after Sex hang it up on this heartbreak riddles hanger of a tune, slow moving and full of echoing guitars, it could pull the emotion out of DIY catalogue. If this doesnt have you wimpering along then your not right in the feels.
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