Carly Rae Jepsen misses dancing in a new town just about every night time with her band.
The Canadian singer is reminiscing on the pre-pandemic days of touring in her new tune “Me and the Boys in the Band,” a tribute to her speedy-paced previous lifestyle. “Driving all evening to make that present / I will be a entire new woman tomorrow / It can be a new city, so rather, eyes closed,” she sings in the glittery new monitor.
To accompany (and juxtapose) the release, Jepsen unveiled a movie for the track chilling at residence, with her band properly dancing together from their respective living areas and shots from their tour alongside one another weaving across the screen.
“On the road. That was the existence. I pass up travel and executing and my band mates who above the yrs have develop into my adopted brothers,” mentioned Jepsen in a push statement. “Through passionate interactions good and undesirable I have always discovered myself yet again in the late-evening discussions with my band. Here’s to all the reveals we have played and have yet to participate in. The late-evening dancers we switch into on the very long bus drives and the travellers we come to be in the early mornings. Here’s to nostalgia metropolis and trying to keep close the types that know you most effective. Simply cannot hold out for a lot more. Until then a from household ‘pick me up’ song from all of us to you. Me and the boys and the band! Significant many thanks to Jack Antonoff, Tavish Crowe, Jared Manerika and Nik Pesut for earning this jam occur jointly from a distance.”
Look at “Me and the Boys in the Band” underneath.
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