Liverpudlians Trudy And The Romance are back with a truly beautiful slice of “mutant” 50’s pop, ‘Is There A Place I Can Go’. The trio have come a long way since the days of their debut in 2015 with ‘Behave’. The new number is a cinematic and contemplative track that confirms the growth of a band now due to release an EP, ‘Jankyard Jazz’, out in November and described as a larger-than-life introduction to their saccharine sound, right through to the Grease-style illustrations by LA-based artist Hello Thunderpuss.
“Our stuff’ s like a collage and we’re trying to jigsaw it all together”, says Trudy’s Olly. “The songs on the EP are meant to be loose but compact. It ties together as a bunch of different little stories; ‘Junkyard Jazz’ a messy love.”
Alongside the release of the new EP, out on B3SCI, Trudy will head off on a UK headline tour this autumn, with support slots for The Fall in Newcastle and Happyness in London along the way. Listen to ‘Is There A Place I Can Go’ below here.