The Overtones have recently dropped their brand-new single “Rose Tinted.” The track has been released ahead of their upcoming album “10,” and is now available to stream via all major streaming platforms!
“Rose Tinted” is a smooth, summery track that will have you pressing the replay button over and over again. The soothing vocals of each individual member of The Overtones blend together in perfect harmony. It has a nostalgia sound that you just won’t be able to get enough of. It had quite the team behind it also. It was co-written by the band alongside Joe Cang, and was mixed by Jeremy Wheatley who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry including Robbie Williams, Sigrid, Aurora, Corinne Bailey Rae, and John Newman.
When talking about the track, The Overtones explain;
“This was the first original track we wrote as a new 4 and in many ways it really represents what ‘10’ is all about – celebrating the past but looking ahead to an exciting future. We loved showcasing another side to us. It has a chilled-out summer retro feel to it, inspired by Otis Redding. Perfect for your lazy summer afternoons, so get that wine poured and have a singalong!”
The single was accompanied by a stunning music video which sees the band just enjoying a care-free life. It’s filmed in such a way that makes it look like a home family video which adds to it’s charm. The music video is now available to watch via YouTube below;
“Rose Tinted” will feature on the new album “10” which is due to be released on the 30th of July. The album will also see the re-recording of their debut hit “Gambling Man” which was shared not too long ago. “10” is being released to celebrate the bands 10 year anniversary. It will see features from the likes of Micheal Ball where they will be covering “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You.” A collaboration with West End star Marisha Wallace can be found on the album with their reimagined version of Simply Red’s “Stars.” A variety of formats of “10” is now available to pre-order here!
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