Oslo grunge rocker trio Sauropod have just revealed their new single I Know Where You’ve Been via Propeller Recordings (Sløtface, Highasakite, Frøkedal). The new track is taken from the band’s forthcoming self-titled EP which will be released on August 24th.
When asked about the single, vocalist Jonas Røyeng commented:
It’s about being in a shitty mood and still trying to have fun. When you blame everything for everything; like even the sky is against you. Like someone shaking their fist to the heavens. It’s an aggressive song, but it laughs at the situation.
The single artwork is the first in a four-part visual series by Oslo-based artist Natalia Balbina whom Jonas met in art school a couple of years ago. The new track follows on from their debut album Roaring at the Storm which was released last year.
Quickly becoming a force to be reckoned on the live stage, the band’s recent live credits include Øya Festival (NO), Trondheim Calling (NO), Eurosonic (NL) and Visions Festival (DE) and supporting label mates Sløtface, Sauropod will return to the UK later this year. Check back soon for dates and tickets.
I Know Where You’ve been is out now via Propeller Recordings. Listen below.
Also published on Medium.