NYC-based English troubadour Coyle Girelli is back with a breathtaking new single Here Comes My Baby, a song filled with sweet longing amidst
a strange and confusing world, released today. Here Comes My Baby is accompanied by a stunning visualiser, perfectly tailored to suit the
yearning at the heart of the song. The new single precedes Coyle Girelli’s new album Funland, written in isolation and set for release on
February 25 – the album is available for pre-order now. Australian fans will be familiar with Coyle’s one-of-a-kind vocals as his collaboration
with Peking Duk member Keli Holiday, Song Goes On, has been on high rotation on triple j throughout the year.
A prolific, in-demand artist, Coyle Girelli has also written with global K-pop sensation BTS (their collaboration Heartbeat has a cool 97 million
streams on Spotify), Macklemore and Robin Schulz, not to mention Australia’s own Keli Holiday, as he enthuses, “I’ve known and worked with
Adam and Rueben of Peking Duk for a few years now. I’ve written a bunch of songs with them both and even toured with them as guest
vocalist in the US and in Europe shortly before COVID lockdown. Song Goes On came out of one of those writing sessions and Adam and I
continued to work on it for his Keli Holiday project. I love how it came out and am thrilled that it’s getting love in Australia and from triple j.
Adam and I have been busy writing a lot more for Keli Holiday in the last few months. Some right tunes to come!”
Funland is out February 25 >>>>>
Love ‘em. I’d say they’re one of my all time fave artists. And Michael Hutchance is undoubtedly one of the rocks all time best front. Sexy lad was that Hutch. I think some of faves by them are ‘Need You Tonight’. Sexy stuff. Leather pants.
A beautiful poet and mind. Always depth and realness to what he creates. I think a song of his that I often go back to the most is ‘We Came Along This Road.’ Heartbreaking and beautiful. I love a good sad song.
How can they not be in a top 5. One of the most influential alternative artists of the last few years. And as an audiophile, it’s good headphone music. Tasteful sounds and bass sound that I think almost everyone else making music today references a lot. Talented lad that Kevin Parker. I actually got mistaken for him once in New York. I don’t actually think I look anything like him but you know – #humans.
Songwriting. That’s all that needs to be said. Great songwriting. Melody, lyrics. The lot.
My boyz. Love these two legends like brothers. They create killer tune after tune and an atmosphere of joy and celebration all around them. Love ‘em to bits!!