Premiere: Big League drop the video for See You Fly, announce new album

Premiere: Big League drop the video for See You Fly, announce new album

They'll be launching the single and its accompanying video at Melbourne's The Matthew Flinders Hotel on October 5th.

With their 2017 debut album I Thought Thunderbolt, Melbourne-based indie-rock group Big League have blossomed into a local favourite, with 11 tracks of uplifting indie-rock seeing them bridge the gap between this nostalgic 90s-rock sound and the more indie-aligned sounds of today. In the time since, the group have continued to grow and prosper into something special - performing at Austin institution SXSW while headline shows across the US and Australia have positioned them as a live favourite too, proving that their sound can translate live - and pretty damn effectively at that.

In 2019, however, they're looking at the release of what's next, teasing a new record out early next year with the release of its new tease, See You Fly. Premiering on Pilerats today, See You Fly is a jangly indie-rock tune that picks up where their debut album left off, with guitar rhythms and a percussive pace combining underneath the dueting vocals of their two vocalists which add a unique twist to a sound otherwise quite saturated and common within the Australian music world. It comes with an official video clip too, and news that they'll be launching the single and its video at Melbourne's The Matthew Flinders Hotel on October 5th.

Then, there's the news on their new album too. After sharing their debut album back in 2017, the group will share their next record, A Symbol Like a Cloud later - early 2020, expectedly. In the meantime, however, dive into See You Fly and its official video clip below:

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