Small Talk is shining with the new song ‘Always Always’

"It’s that sense of nostalgia and longing for the moments that we would spend together, completely oblivious to what was happening around us."
3 September 2023

Small Talk, the Alt-Rock powerhouse from Bournemouth, continues to shine with their rousing new single Always Always, just after their exciting UK tour.

With a sound palette that blends contagious melodies with vibrant high octane landscapes, Small Talk takes the rock-pop world by storm and captivates an avid following along the way.

The production was handled by Alex Quinn (known for his work with The Royston Club and Lottery Winners) and the mastering was handled by Robin Schmidt (known for his work with The 1975 and Liam Gallagher),

This electrifying song exudes commercial appeal while maintaining visceral musical intensity, fueled by distorted guitar lines, powerful drums and pulsating bass.

Talking about the new song, the band has something to say:Always Always was written about a close friend from my hometown of Bournemouth who moved away. It’s that sense of nostalgia and longing for the moments that we would spend together, completely oblivious to what was happening around us. It highlights the gradual decline of our town, the friends that we lost and the memories that slowly faded away.”

A captivating narrative is delivered to listeners as Always Always unfolds. The verses artfully build the story, creating an atmospheric pre-chorus that serves as a perfect foil to the track’s explosive and infectious chorus.

The lead vocals convey a melancholic punch, brilliantly contrasting with the exhilarating guitar decor. The band’s music is both mature and polished, despite only being together for a year.

The band is preparing for an epic finale to the year, with an upcoming UK headline tour and some fresh tunes to come.

Alt-rock sensation Small Talk, with their special blend of nostalgia, emotion, and catchy tunes will completely light up your world.

UK Headline Tour:

Tickets Here

Sun 8/10 – Brighton – Hope & Ruin 

Mon 9/10 – London – Water Rats 

Tues 10/10 – Nottingham – Rough Trade 

Wed 11/10 – Manchester – 33 Oldham Street 

Fri 13/10 – Glasgow – Garage Attic

Photo by Julien Leost (JL Media)