APRE Unveil Video for New Single ‘You Always Get It Wrong’
The most recent track from APRE serves as the lead track on their new EP The Guns Down.
London-based duo APRE have done it yet again. They’re back with another compelling EP that cries out for your attention, and captures it wholeheartedly within the 4 tracks that form the work. Bringing their signature infectious character and a nuanced but massive sound, their newest single You Always Get It Wrong serves as the leading track from the new The Guns Down EP. Echoing within itself and bringing resonant instrumentals that ricochet off each other, there’s a warm sphere created within the track. Repeating accompaniment enhances this feeling of circularity, which makes the track feel comfortably familiar yet excitingly novel, in a way that sounds contradictory in words yet makes perfect sense when you listen to the track.
According to the duo:
[You Always Get It Wrong] is a song about how relationships can blossom and survive in stable and sustainable economic situations and times. It is all about capitalism but told from the point of view from an arrogant and dysfunctional relationship. Capitalist leaders can destroy our emotions and relationships in much the same way as an arrogant and selfish lover can.
The track is a mere indication of the potency of the EP, which ponders upon the cultural turbulence that has plagued the world recently. The duo explains:
There is so much going on in the world right now that doesn’t make sense to us: crazy leaders with power hungry ambition, making trigger happy decisions that are based on ego rather than actual sensible and considerate thinking about people and the future. We want to create a place, a Dreamworld, where you can forget about those issues, where you can put down your anger and anxieties and leave them at the door, even if just for a few minutes. Somewhere you can trust and love the person next to you and enjoy the now.
You can catch the band on their upcoming live dates.
11 – Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge
12 – Sheffield, Record Junkee
13 – York, The Fulford Arms
14 – Newcastle, Think Tank
15 – Manchester, Deaf Institute
17 – Liverpool, Phase One
19 – Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club
20 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
21 – Oxford, The Bullingdon
22 – Bristol, Louisiana
23 – Nottingham, Bodega
25 – Leicester, The Cookie
26 – Brighton, Green Door Store
27 – London, Scala