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Big Society ‘Why Are You So Afraid To Dance’ : Loneliness of teenage life and the necessity for exploration outside your comfort zone.

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Manchester UK based Big Society continue 2020 with the release of their intoxicating new single ‘Why Are You So Afraid To Dance’. Part of the upcoming debut EP, later in 2020.

Recorded in the cold, removed countryside of Worcestershire with producer/engineers David Coyle and Seadna McPahil, it is a unification of punch drunk melody and nervous adolescence, and speaks to the daft loneliness of teenage life and the necessity for exploration outside your comfort zone.

‘Why Are You So Afraid To Dance’ follows the release of ‘Feel’, ‘Marine Club Party’ and ‘Give Me My Name’ – songs which drowned in a titillating blend of fuzzy guitars and delicate infatuations of want. They made appearances at Live At Leeds, The Great Escape, Hit The North, Stanton Calling and Cotton Clouds festivals, and joined Bob Dylan and Neil Young at their British Summer Time show in Hyde Park.

The 80’s, shizzling vibes of the guitars, coaxing memories per memories with glitzy shine, the sanctity of privacy and emotional constraints are unbound with each chord progression.

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🙏 APPRECIATION POST 🙏 eternally grateful to all the delightful people that worked on Why Are You So Afraid To Dance with us – in no particular order: . . Produced/Engineered 🎼 by David Coyle & Seadna McPhail (@davidcoylemusic @seadnamcphail) . . Mixed 🎧 by James Mottershead (@mottsyj) . . Strings 🎻 by Harry Fausing Smith & Henry Rankin (@harryfausingsmith @donrankini) . . Video 🎥 by The Samsara Collective (@thesamsaracollective) . . Dance 💃 choreography and performance by Alice Bonazzi (@itsaleetchey . . Mastering 🎧 by John Davis at Metropolis (@johnkeithdavis1) . . Also thanks to @niamos_mcr for letting us use their gorgeous space . . . . . . #bigsociety #newmusic #whyareyousoafraidtodance #dance #choreography #movement #music #musician #musicians #musicproducer #rockandroll #manchestermusic #manchester #musicstudio #instagood

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