Square Dance Caller’s ‘London Underground’ Is An Ode To People Watching

Australian outfit set their sights on the UK...

 Square Dance Caller return with new song ‘London Underground’.

The Melbourne project hinges on the partnership of brothers Brendan and Michael Etherington, two songwriters who have a near-telepathic kinship. The sound is expanded by proud Gumbaynggirr man Mat Hooler on keys and James Manning on bass, making a remarkable four-piece.

Set to travel to the UK in September, Square Dance Caller have shared plans for a full tour. The band have a close affinity with this rainy island, and it fuels their new single.

New song ‘London Underground’ is an ode to people watching, a song about watching the world flash by. Inspired by the titular transport system, it displays Square Dance Caller at their most engaging and empathetic.

A song driven by a thirst for melody, ‘London Underground’ carries an easy-going charm. The band comment…

“The inspiration for the song came from people-watching on a trip to the UK. The Underground is such an intricate labyrinth used by millions of people everyday and they all use it for different reasons… it seemed like a good idea for a song.”

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