THE TREBLE DROP NEW TRACK “ALL THE PEOPLE” FROM FORTHCOMING ALBUM RIVALS DUE APRIL 24 VIA CADENCE RECORDINGS
(Toronto, ON – March 27, 2020) – At the beginning of the month, Winnipeg alt-rockers The Treble announced that their anticipated full-length album Rivals is set for release on April 24th via Cadence Recordings. Today, they share their dark-pop track “All The People” – Check out the lyric video here.
While explaining the new track, the band share that, “We spend so much of our time dealing with so many voices in our heads telling us what to do that we sometimes have a hard time just listening to each other. ‘All the People’ is a song about not being afraid to talk to someone, but also not being afraid to listen. Knowing that whatever you’re dealing with, they’re probably dealing with something too. We are all in this together.”
Produced by Ryan Worsley (Dear Rouge), Tyler Del Pino and the band, Rivals, includes previous singles “Eyes On Us,” Fix Of You” and “Saturday Night” that all received significant airplay and streams throughout the last year!
Touching on the overarching theme of Rivals, the band say “Rivals is an album about conflict and communication. It is a collection of songs about all of the little ways we fight, disagree, break apart, and come together.”
Rivals follows The Treble’s 2018 release Modernaires. The band’s tracks have been streamed over 1.7 million times and have been featured on some of Spotify’s biggest playlists including Rock Favourites, Ready To Rock, Indie Favourites, Alternative Generation and Rock Your Block. They also recently performed at The Edge as part of their Sugar Beach Sessions and for an Indie88 Black Box session.