Cambridgeshire up-and-comers Collars release 'Jeremiah' digitally next month – an impassioned track about the filthy lure of celebrity and the jealousies that lie behind the sentiment. It opens vulnerably with a lilting swoon from Dan backed solely by piano, drawing you in close before kicking into gear with a driving rhythm. Building further, the track finally erupts with crashing cymbals and a gritty guitar riff matched by an even grittier slice of synth.
Out on Friday 8 October, this is the third and final single to come from Collars' debut EP, Everything Present 1. This came out in July via the band's own label, Laundry Rooms, both digitally and on coloured 10" that's been pressed on recycled vinyl.
A new video (will also drop on 8 October, filmed at Luxe, an independent cinema in Wisbech. It features some tricksy double projection fanciness and was directed by Pete Wales at Sieve Studio. The Cambridge filmmaker also made the video for the band's previous single 'Hey Lizzie, Lay It On Me', which garnered Track of the Week on BBC Music Introudcing in the Channel Islands (a connection made thanks to Kane's Jersey heritage).Recently Collars also recorded a live session in a bowling alley for BBC Introducing Channel Islands, and they received two nominations at East Anglia's 2021 NMG Awards, taking home an Artist Development Prize on the night.