Coyle Girelli On His Top Five Australian Tracks
Proving love is as timeless as his evocative sonic output, English multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Coyle Girelli returns in 2023 with a sublime new single True Love Forever, a track written for and taken from an immersive upcoming theatre collaboration with Third Rail Projects. And if you haven’t already fallen head over heels for Coyle’s latest single, the new track also today comes armed with a charming accompanying music video that will set your heart to swoon.
Coated with euphoric and calm instrumentation, True Love Forever effortlessly layers Coyle’s magnetic vocals amongst a buoyant and whimsical ode to all things love. With Coyle taking on the majority of instrumentation for his brand new single, alongside assistance from his guitarist on mandolin and ukulele, True Love Forever also found its final luminous form courtesy of Harry Burr on mixing duties, and mastering by John Davis at London’s Metropolis Studios. Balancing measured gloss with inescapable intimacy, the self-produced and self-written True Love Forever also fills a key moment in Coyle’s upcoming True Love Forever theatre experience, set to some of Coyle’s best-known songs.
Coyle Girelli shares his top Australian tracks from 2022…
- Song Goes On – Keli Holiday (featuring Coyle Girelli)
Well I’m obviously gonna say this one as it’s a song I wrote and performed with my dear friend Keli Holiday. We wrote it a while ago when I was working with Adam on some Peking Duk stuff and I’m thrilled with how it came out. And making lots of new Australian fans from it has been amazing. Thank you Aussies! x
- Lots of Nothing – Spacey Jane
I got served this one up on Spotify one day and was instantly into the vibe. I love those jangly guitars and britpop feeling to the vocals. All about that.
- Lydia Wears a Cross – Julia Jacklin
I’ve been a big fan of Julia Jacklin for a while and I’m always excited to hear whatever she creates. This was my favorite on her new album. Fantastic lyrics as always. Love it.
- Where is my Brain??? – The Lazy Eyes
I can’t remember where I first discovered these guys but i was instantly hooked. Kinda psychedelica, Beatles, Elliot Smith, Tame Impala feel to it all. And any time someone can make a wah pedal feel cool it’s worth a round of applause. There’s some killer guitar moments in there. Such a vibe.
- The angel of 8th ave – Gang of Youths
Big, rich sounding, driving, rock n roll, pounding bass, jangly acoustics, 80s keyboard line, great lyrics, an ode to New York. What is not to love about it?! Great tune!
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