Watch: There's a Tuesday - Baby Blue

Watch: There's a Tuesday - Baby Blue

The indie-pop-rock band create lush soundscapes with their moody, tender, and captivating new single.

Hailing from Christchurch, New Zealand comes indie-pop-rock outfit There’s A Tuesday, a quartet creating incredibly lush soundscapes that wrap audiences up in all the feels. Taking the scene by storm after winning SmokefreeRockquest in 2019 and dropping their debut EP Dance With Me Before We Cry, the group have been busy appearing in lineups such as at the Rhythm & Alps Festival in 2020, and signing to BENNE’s indie record label Olive Records last year. Today comes their latest single, a soft and heart-felt epic Baby Blue. 

Coming in at just shy of four minutes, the release is beautifully moody, tender, and captivating - demanding to be listened to again and again. With atmospheric guitar strums, a drum beat that laps like waves at the shore, and strong bass thumps swirl around soaring vocals that euphoric hooks in perfect harmony. Capturing a great reflective depth, with lyrics such as “we wait for it maybe that’s why it never comes” Baby Blue showcases the band's ability to craft meaningful compositions with devine soundscapes. 

Be sure to take a seat, press play, and get lost in There’s A Tuesday’s delightful new single Baby Blue and its music video below.

There’s A Tuesday’s new single Baby Blue is out now via Olive Records. 

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