Cape Weather Releases the Single “Telephono”
Following radio spins by
BBC Radio 1
s Huw Stephens
Steve Lamacq (as Featured Artist Of The Week)
recording sessions with Bill Ryder Jones
and Spring King
s Tarek Musa ensued
After a year of performing packed-out shows and numerous festivals
across UK and France
the trio found their way into the pages of style magazines such as
#7 Spotify viral charts
with last years floor filler
They finished the year as part of
s Class of 2017
100 for 2017
14th most blogged artist of 2016
Hype Machine Zeitgeist
end of year list.
A Relatable Hit
| September 7, 2017
Jangle pop band Cape Weather, shares their debut single “Telephono”. The band was recently signed to Future Gods, a label based out of L.A. After hearing the two-minute track they and instantly fell in love.
The band is a partnership between Natalie Smith and Eric Jackowitz. They’ve both played in bands for years. The inspiration for their new single came from Natalie and Eric wanting to create a song like “Spooky” by Dusty Springfield, but inject it with their own sentiments.
“Telephono” presents a wide range of emotions for us. The soulful paramour Natalie, sings about suspicion and wariness. There’s missing affection. The sounds you hear in this little earworm are exemplary, the feelings that are being expressed fit very well with the tonality of the song, befriending anyone who listens.
Tags: cape weather, Future Gods Records, indie rock, jangle pop, physchedelic rock, Telephono