The Cope’s ‘Find Another Way’ is a dancefloor juggernaut full of love and loss

"It can be very easy for what was once a deep love to be lost over time, maybe due to complacency, communication breakdown, or just through life getting in the way"
27 October 2023

In the pulsating realm where beats meet emotion, The Cope, the electrifying duo comprising David Anthony Curley and Joe Furlong, returns triumphantly with their latest sonic pearl, Find Another Way. This release stands as a testament to their unparalleled ability to weave raw human emotion into the fabric of their meticulously crafted music and visuals, reaffirming their unbreakable connection with audiences worldwide.

Find Another Way, with its rhythmic pulse reminiscent of iconic 90s dance classics, emerges as an immediate catalyst for the dance floor. Drawing parallels to timeless hits like Rui Da Silva’s Touch Me and Robin S.’s Show Me Love The Cope skillfully channels themes of heartbreak and yearning, creating a sonic experience that transcends time.

In his own words, Joe Furlong delves into the essence of the track, articulating, “A desire for connection is the most human of all needs. It can be very easy for what was once a deep love to be lost over time, maybe due to complacency, communication breakdown, or just through life getting in the way.” Furlong’s introspective exploration adds layers of depth to the track, inviting listeners into the complex landscape of love and its trials.

He adds: “It’s in these moments that we’re forced to ask ourselves if the energy required to fix the fractures is worth expending. Memories can be all-consuming, which makes it even harder to know when to let someone go. Find Another Way asks what can be done to keep a love alive when all else seems to have failed.

Photography by Nicha Rodboon and the artistic craftsmanship of Rob The Studio in designing the artwork collectively encapsulate the very essence of Find Another Way. The visuals mirror the intensity of the music, ensuring a holistic and immersive experience for the audience.

Find Another Way builds upon the foundation laid by The Dublin electronic duo’s earlier release, Back on My Bullshit, enhancing the essence that remains. The Cope, with this progression, cements their status as a powerful creative force. Once again, they summon audiences to delve into dancefloor shenanigans of love and loss, where every beat unfolds a narrative, and each note echoes the intricacies of the human heart.

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Photo by Alina Pagani