Robinson Kirby usher in a new Summer Of Love with their latest single and video — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
Hot on the heels of their recently released debut LP Little Dreams, the Canadian folk-pop duo’s fifth single is a breezy feel-good ode custom-made for summertime listening on the patio, at the beach, outside the cabin or in the car with the top down.
“We wanted to have a track with a driving, Tom Petty / Traveling Wilburys kind of feel,” Luke Robinson and Madelyn Kirby say. “We wanted to challenge ourselves to record and put out a song with a quick turnaround, and that methodology mirrors the lyrics, which reference getting out of your own way and trying as best as possible to live in the moment.”
Co-written and co-produced by Robinson Kirby, the track features contributions from touring bassist / organ player Jonathan Elyashiv and drummer Ross Hodgkinson. Robinson Kirby have been writing and performing together since they met attending Berklee College of Music. Their previous singles include Sacred Ground, River’s End, Nowhere Left To Hide and Find A Way.