A buoyant guitar tune that laments the push-and-pull feeling of wanting to move on when you’re unable to forget the past, London-based Prima Queen have shared their latest single ‘Eclipse’. Produced by their friends The Big Moon, the new track brims with relatable romantic indecision, explored via Louise Macphail and Kristin McFadden’s clear dual vocals, chant-worthy chorus and rolling riffs.
“’Eclipse’ is about the hesitation of entering into a new relationship while you’re still reeling from a heartbreak that fucked you up,” the band explain about their new single. “It was quite a cathartic group experience recording the song – we got to sing the last chorus all together at the top of our lungs. We released a lot of pent up rage we didn’t know we had.” In their search for closure, Prima Queen have crafted an upbeat indie gem with a compelling narrative, that sees them trying to supress the pain of a past love by attempting to move on with someone new.
The new single is also accompanied by a video, directed by Max McLachlan. The visuals show Louise and Kristin performing a choreographed dance routine amidst a group of construction workers, navigating their way through an empty building and finding their way back to each other. Prima Queen will embark on their debut UK headline tour later this year (dates below).
Watch the video for ‘Eclipse’.
Prima Queen Tour Dates 2022
23rd November – Cluny 2, Newcastle
24th November – Broadcast, Glasgow
26th November – YES, Manchester
28th November – The Lexington, London
Photo Credit: Barbara Mrazkova