'Call On Me'

Yorkshire alt-pop pairing Litany are the kids who never grew up.

Jake Nicolaides (production) and Beth Cornell (vocals) met while at high school in Harrogate, and those initial adolescent thrills fuel their deliriously infectious music.

Last year's EP '4 Track' was a superb introduction, matching precocious vocals to thrilling arrangements that matched teenage bravado to adult precision.

New single 'Call On Me' is another Millennium throwback, referencing everything from VHS tapes to hadouken (the computer game move, not the nu-rave band...).

A song about embracing freedom but finding rejection, it matches self-doubt and teenage angst to bright, vivid colours and fluorescent tones.

Litany explain...

"'Call On Me' is about that first taste of freedom you get as an teenager. When you would call round on your friends and stay up all night playing video games. There's always that boy or girl next door and everything just feels so visceral and exciting. It's a song about first times and first love."

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Litany are set to play a London headline show on October 10th.

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