Seeing Hands Release New Single ‘I Knew You’ [Stream]

Newcastle’s four-piece, dream-pop band Seeing Hands has released their newest single “I Knew You.” Seeing Hands put themselves on the map earlier this year with their song “Treat You Right,” which drew comparisons with notable acts like The War On Drugs and Real Estate. Surprisingly refined for such a new band, “I Knew You” stays true to the genre, while creating something all it’s own. The track is a blend of rippling guitar and reverb haze, highlighted by singer Kev Curran’s ghostly vocals. Laced with a hint of 80s shoegaze and a tune that’s both melodic and melancholy, “I Knew You” is a perfect accompanying track for that sense of nostalgia that comes when summer turns to autumn. Give it a listen above.

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    McCartney is the sole performer on the recording.[3][4][5] John Lennon and Ringo Starr were working on other White Album songs, and George Harrison was on holiday in Greece.[4]

    McCartney said of this song: “We were in an experimental mode, and so I said, ‘Can I just make something up?’ I started off with the guitar and did a multitracking experiment in the control room or maybe in the little room next door. It was very home-made; it wasn’t a big production at all. I just made up this short piece and I multitracked a harmony to that, and a harmony to that, and a harmony to that, and built it up sculpturally with a lot of vibrato on the [guitar] strings, really pulling the strings madly. Hence, ‘Wild Honey Pie’, which was a reference to the other song I had written called ‘Honey Pie’.”[2]

    According to McCartney the song might have been excluded from The Beatles album, but Pattie Boyd “liked it very much so we decided to leave it on the album.
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