Track: The Calls – Into The Day

Leeds trio The Calls have released new track ‘Into The Day’, the third single and video to be taken from their forthcoming new EP ‘Setting Sun’, due this summer.

The new single enhances the band’s chameleon-like strength of being forever changing, forever progressing, and always being strikingly unpredictable, and again emphasises vocalist and songwriter
Tom Fuller’s idiosyncratic approach to lyrics.

“Into The Day is a song of self-reflection,”

explains Tom.

“It’s entirely ambiguous who the narrator is speaking to, but I always imagined he was talking to himself. I suppose it’s a stream-of-consciousness process of trying to realise who he really is. There are tangents in there where he becomes arrogant, delusional, self-conscious, and even resentful, but it ultimately concludes with the idea that you must step into the unknown to find out what kind of person you really are. I tried not to be overly optimistic or overly pessimistic, but I think it lands a bit more on the positive side. In the end you can ‘find another way’. I believe that every person has so much potential within them, but a lot of us are so jaded these days that we lose sight of that, and I think the warm, psychedelic feel of the track reflects the introspectiveness of the lyrics. The outro jam is ‘the unknown’, which I think is the most exciting part of the song. It’s a nice lift at the end.”

The track emerges with a compressed bass-heavy sound that lets Fuller’s vocals almost float on top. The jangly guitar on the chorus brings a dreamy feel to the chorus which seeps into the drawn-out vocals repeating the track’s title. It’s something slightly different that is bound to get the band more notice and a hell of a lot more fans.

Check it out, here

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