LISTEN: December Streets team up with Thieve for brand new single

2017-09-28 13:36
 


Cape Town – After months in the studio and on the road, experimenting and re-writing material over and over, December Streets have finally completed their first new single, Wild Heart

The fresh track features one of Cape Town’s prize exports and gutter pop trio, Thieve.
 
The single delves into the moment of trying to grab hold of the person you love who’s moving faster than you are. "It addresses the realisation that an old love is moving on and slipping out of your grip. While you’re trying to figure out what is actually happening, the other has already lived a full, different life," says Tristan Coetzee from December Streets. 
 
Wild Heat talks about trying to keep up with a wild heart. Tristan adds, ‘You’re completely absorbed and living the moment but realise the other person cannot or does not want to be contained in the confides of your relationship. Their eagerness, hunger for life driven by a motive you will never understand - ambition, fear, adventure and self-discovery, always on the search for something more’.

Listen to the song here:

The single is available on iTunes for download here, or you can pre-order the new EP here.

Having already performed on the main stages of South Africa's major festivals and alongside global heavyweights Jungle and Of Monsters & Men, the South African based 4-piece, fresh off their European tour, are rapidly gaining traction around the globe while furthering their national success in 2017.
 
With the success of 2016 singles, I'll Try and Santa Fe receiving extensive local and international radio play and charting; December Streets are set to follow up with the release of their highly anticipated EP Wild Heart and Wild Heart EP Tour this October 2017.

For more info visit the December Streets official website, like their Facebook page or follow them on Twitter and Instagram.

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