Listen: Big Orange - Love's Not Enough

Listen: Big Orange - Love's Not Enough

The new high-octane indie-rock offering from the Boorloo outfit, beautifully encapsulating the sad truth that love isn't always enough to hold two together.

Photo by Sethen Sheehan-lee

From Boorloo/ Perth comes alt-pop-rock sensation known as Big Orange. Last year the outfit unveiled their long awaited debut album An Ode To Odious, appeared at RTRFM’s flagship event In The Pines, WAMFest and the inaugural WAY WAY WEST Festival, and were nominated for the West Australian Music Rock Song of the Year. This year is looking to be just as eventful (if not more) as they follow on from January’s release By The Dozen with a high-octane beautifully melancholic track Love's Not Enough - out today.

Seamlessly combining nostalgic indie-pop with grungier tones, the well polished track has a clear, precise and distinctive sound built of crisp moving beats, driving bass lines, melodic guitar riffs, and retro synth flares that are both uplifting yet eerie in the best possible way. To top it all off is singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Daniel Davis’ sincere vocals that slowly escalate to an emotion-fuelled peak in the final chorus, sharing the sad but truthful tale that sometime love is not enough, Daniel stating "As the title suggests, the song is about the fact that sometimes even the forces of love aren’t strong enough to hold two together."

Out now, feel the high energy and reflective nature of Big Orange’s new single Love's Not Enough for yourself below. 

Big Orange’s new single Love Is Not Enough is out now via Blue Grey Pink. 

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