Brisbane garage pop four-piece Major Leagues today return with new video and single ‘It Was Always You’. Produced by acclaimed Australian artist Jonathan Boulet, the single is the first taste of the band’s forthcoming debut album out mid-year via Popfrenzy. The single will be supported by intimate live dates in Brisbane and Sydney this April.
Brissy four piece Major Leagues are back with a brand new single, ‘It Was Always You’, produced by Popfrenzy label-mate Jonathon Boulet. This track is classic taste of Major Leagues, staying true to their lo-fi pop style infused 60s garage, filled with bright sunny melodies.
Major Leagues have toured relentlessly in between releases, performing their own headline shows around the country in addition to support shows with the likes of Beach Fossils (USA), Alvvays (CAN), Wild Nothing (USA), Wye Oak (USA), San Cisco, The Preatures and DMA’s.
‘It Was Always You’ is the first taste from the band’s debut album, set for release later this year. It’s the first we’ve heard from Major Leagues since 2016’s Dream States EP and to celebrate the release the band will perform at The Foundry in Brisbane on April 20 before heading to Sydney to play Golden Age Cinema & Bar on April 27 and Rare Finds 2nd Birthday on April 29.
The Foundry, Brisbane - April 20
Golden Age Cinema & Bar, Sydney - April 27
Rare Finds 2nd Birthday, Oxford Art Factory, Sydney - April 29