Alright Telenova… you got us hook, line and sinker with your debut single ‘Bones’. Sumptuous, moody, divine homegrown pop.
The band is (left to right) Joshua Moriarty, Angeline Armstrong and Edward Quinn. Josh you may know from Miami Horror and Edward from Slum Sociable.
With such a pedigree, and enhanced by the sultry vocals of Angeline, there was really no way that ‘Bones’ was going to be anything other than very, very special.
“We started with that percussive intro, like rattling bones, and it reminded me of this feeling I’ve had of being so trapped inside my own head, my own skin and bones,” Angeline explains. “We started to envision this elaborate narrative of melancholia and longing, a girl trapped in her own bones… her own disillusionment.”
That percussive intro of ‘Bones’ Angeline speaks of gives way to a driving mid-tempo beat and echoed instrumentation that make the song feel ever so warm, addictive, cinematic and grand. Seriously, one of the year’s best for us.
So intrigued are audiences by Telenova that the first two shows on their ‘Bones’ single tour (tonight) have already sold out.
So best you get in quick to secure yours at the remaining dates, below;
March 19 : Melbourne (Colour Club) 7pm SOLD OUT
March 19 : Melbourne (Colour Club) 10pm SOLD OUT
March 24 : Sydney (Lansdowne Hotel)
April 08 : Melbourne (Northcote Social Club)