Photo by David Brendan Hall
On January 22nd, Chairlift return with their third studio album, Moth. The follow-up to 2012’s Something, due out through Columbia Records, was first previewed with last month’s stellar “Ch-Ching”. Now, Caroline Polachek and Patrick Wimberly are teasing the forthcoming LP with “Romeo”.
According to a press release, the synth-laced, propulsive track was written from the perspective of Atalanta, a character in Greek mythology known for being “a virgin huntress, unwilling to marry.” “Romeo, put on your running shoes, I’m ready to go,” Polachek entices during the chorus.
Listen in below.