The Covasettes, arguably one of the country’s finest unsigned indie-pop talents, are back with their latest single, Watching All The Good Ones Go, out Friday 11th June.
A shimmering summer banger, and channeling their love of all things Coldplay, Watching All The Good Ones Go, boasts sing-along melodies, explosive choruses and floor-filling rhythms that will no doubt be fan favourites for a long time to come.
The Covasettes have been making a huge amount of noise during lockdown, from being tipped by Scott Mills and Fearne Cotton on BBC Radio 5Live, to appearing on the Glastonbury Emerging Talent list. Playing live is the Manchester quartet’s bread and butter though, as they look optimistically to their headline tour this summer.
Commenting on the track, The Covasettes’ lead singer Chris Buxton, said:
“Watching All the Good Ones Go is one of the highlights from our time in lockdown. We can’t wait to get out and play it live for everyone. This song came together really quickly, and we think it’s a great stepping-stone from our latest singles to what we are planning on releasing in the summer. We have worked on so much music lately and we could not be more excited to share it and see what everyone thinks. We’re confident that Watching All the Good Ones Go will be a song that people can singalong with and dance to at our gigs next month.”