Brisbane’s Sheppard are stepping up their pop game this month with a ‘Symphony’ inspired by Los Angeles.
As you’re probably no doubt aware, the band are spending their 2020 sprinkling us with new music every month, all in the lead-up to the release of a new album later in the year.
But their latest, which dropped on Friday, is rather special.
“This song is a massive, uplifting declaration of love,” the band’s George Sheppard explains.
“Our previous singles from the upcoming release have all been love songs but with hints at deeper, more serious topics.
“On ‘Symphony’, we wanted to go all out and write a huge, stadium sized pop song.”
And they’ve delivered.
“(‘Symphony’) is about someone who was living without inspiration, but finds himself bursting with music, colour and creativity after finding love.”
Credit where it’s due, the band always knows how to create an instantly likeable earworm; radio ready, uplifting, optimistic and joyous. Just as we like them.