Following it's radio premiere on PBS Underground Love earlier this week, The Hunter Express return with a brand new single + video - the delicate and hazy 'There Was Love'.
Premiering the video, Trouble Juice describe the track; "'There Was Love' further establishes Brad Ellis' deft songwriting craft as it blurs dreamily between ethereal folk and delicate psychedelia."
This is the first new music from The Hunter Express this year, and marks the follow-up to the band's celebrated debut album 'Should Have Come On Sunday' (2019).
The Hunter Express is the work of Melbourne based singer-songwriter Bradley Ellis.
Ellis and the band recorded 'There Was Love' in October 2019 over a two week studio session. The song embodies a message of dreams mixed with missed opportunities - in its essence, it is a love song.
After having to halt tour and recording plans due to the global health crisis, The Hunter Express are excited to finally share some new music for 2020. The stirring track is supported by its video accompaniment, which was shot by Bradley himself, at home during the restrictions, and supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants.
'There Was Love' is out now, and offers the first taste of new material from The Hunter Express.