The track is the result of a new writing process for the band.
On the back of releasing their fourth studio album, Hard Days, Victorian roots-rockers Four Lions have unveiled the film clip for the second single off the record, ‘Stay’.
Recorded over a two-week period in Melbourne’s Head Gap Studios, Hard Days is the product of a new approach to writing which saw the band collaborating throughout the conception of the 11 new tracks. Rather than frontman Shann Lions taking the songwriting reins, the band members each lent their visions to the album and the resulting collection of tracks speaks for itself.
‘Stay’ is a sonically rich blend of organ-style keys and slick, glimmering riffs. The film clip is quintessential Four Lions, featuring the band jamming in a rural setting amongst rust-eaten industrial rubble.
The release of Hard Days and the film clip for ‘Stay’ will be backed by a Victorian tour kicking off next week. The tour will see the band visiting Melbourne alongside a string of regional venues.
Check out the video clip for ‘Stay’ below: