Cub Sport announce new album “Jesus at the Gay Bar”, drop new single “Keep Me Safe”

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Australian pop four-piece Cub Sport have just released their latest single Keep Me Safe alongside the launch date of their upcoming new album Jesus at the Gay Bar out on April 7th. 

Keep Me Safe resurrects feelings of teenage love in uncertainty, while real-life thoughts ride the ethereal wave of Cub Sport’s pop. The track starts with sounds that are a mile away, only to roll up beside you once the first line of lyrics starts. The lyrics are like a tender sentiment in the back of your mind in the morning progressing into a vision spinning out of control by night.

According to the group, this track “details the secret teenage romance Cub Sport’s Tim Nelson and Sam Netterfield, as well as the internal conflict Nelson felt in the period afterwards.”

I wrote Keep Me Safe about a euphoric but complicated time. Shedding some light on it now feels like I’m validating my younger self and celebrating the magic in something I was so ashamed of at the time.

Tim Nelson

Keep Me Safe is about true love teetering on the edge of the world that surrounds it. They’ve also dropped their video to accompany the song. Check it out here.

Listen on Apple Music

Kendra Brea Cooper

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Kendra Brea Cooper is a freelance music journalist for Indie Is Not A Genre based out of Canada, Sustainable Stylist and Thrift Editor at PostModern.

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