Here’s a new track from Liverpool-based artist Trout (they/she), who has just been signed to the discerning Chess Club Records. The single entitled Garden manages to sound both striped back and lush underpinned by Trout’s warm vocal delivery.
Trout explains; “‘Garden’ is a song I wrote about developing a dependency on something and over-relying on this day-to-day. I tried to romanticise this feeling in the song, and compare it to two people being in a codependent relationship. It’s about relying on something or someone else for your happiness, and being too comfortable with it to want to change things.”
Trout is the creative alias of 23-year-old Cesca – who spent their childhood years growing up in Copenhagen, born to an Iranian father and British mother who relocated to Wales before they ended up In Liverpool to study music.
Stream ‘Garden’ on all platforms here:
Trout Live Dates:
Sat, 22 July | London, UK | Visions Festival
Mon, 14th August | Manchester | YES *supporting Mega Bog
Sat 2nd September | Manchester | Manchester Psych Fest
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