Dirty Orange take you on a rock’n’roll roller-coaster ride with new track ‘Every Little Thing’. The London four-piece crashed onto the scene with debut single ‘Hellraiser’ earlier this year, receiving support from BBC Radio 6 and more.
‘Every Little Thing’ is a fresh flavour from the band, which sees them dig deep from the well of country and 1970s rock. Monster riffs, dance-along verses, and an alluring vocal delivery, Dirty Orange have turned an eclectic mix of influences into a 21st century hit.
With slots at The Great Escape, Tramlines, Camden Rocks and more under their belt this summer, the band have found time in the studio with Wolsey White (Hard Fi) to record the new release.
Frontman George Wilkins explained: “Every Little Thing is about modern-day relationships and how people’s expectations have changed and are unrealistic due to the internet and spending too much time looking at screens rather than engaging with people face-to-face… we are what we do!
“The idea of never being satisfied, constantly wanting more and sometimes being brainwashed into a fantasy which isn’t real. It’s really a metaphor for lots of things in modern-day life, being drawn in by things that are ultimately designed to never satisfy us.
“At the time of recording we were listening to a lot of country and 70s rock; artists like T-Rex, 10cc, Brent Cobb, CJ Solar, to name a few, which I think comes through in the track.”
Dirty Orange headline Brixton Jamm this Friday, August 9th to celebrate the release, with tickets available at www.dirtyorange.co.uk