Tom Fleming (Previously of Wild Beasts) Publicizes One True Pairing Undertaking, Shares Tune

Watch the Video for “One True Pairing” through Domino

Jul 03, 2019

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Tom Fleming was previously a member British art-rockers Wild Beasts, who known as it quits in 2018. Now he has introduced a brand new solo mission, One True Pairing, and shared a video for its first tune, additionally titled “One True Pairing.” The only is out now through Domino. Try the Clarence Readability-directed video beneath. Additionally beneath is the quilt artwork for the one.

Fleming had this to say in regards to the identify of the mission in a press launch: “One True Pairing is a reputation taken from web fan fiction, the place you write the right relationship you all the time wished existed. The concept of Prince Charming and Helpless Princess dwelling fortunately after is not any enjoyable in any respect.”

Of the tune, Fleming says: “I needed to put in writing about the true world. It is a tune about hope, about getting crushed down and getting up once more, extra wide-eyed and stuffed with marvel than you ever had been earlier than. It is about doing mistaken after which seeing issues for what they are surely. It is a love tune, or as shut as I am going to ever wish to get to at least one. The identify of the entire mission is one thing of a savage joke, however this time I imply it 100% sincerely. Put on the scars proudly, wave ’em within the faces of people that do not, won’t ever perceive what they imply. One True Pairing, 2019, hope you take pleasure in it.”

Fleming’s former Wild Beasts bandmate Hayden Thorpe not too long ago launched his debut solo album, Diviner, in Could, additionally through Domino. Again in February Thorpe shared the album’s title monitor, “Diviner,” through a video (it was one in all our Songs of the Week). When the album was introduced in April he shared one other new tune from it, “Love Crimes,” through a video for the monitor (it was #2 on our Songs of the Week record). Then he shared one other tune from it, “Earthly Wants.”

In 2017 Wild Beasts introduced their breakup in a typed up assertion, signed by the band and posted to Instagram. That was adopted by a remaining EP, Punk Drunk and Trembling, three farewell live shows in February 2018, and a remaining album, February 2018’s reside within the studio launch Final Night time All My Desires Got here True (which featured new interpretations of songs from throughout their catalogue).

Learn our 2018 interview with Hayden Thorpe in regards to the breakup of Wild Beasts and the band’s legacy.

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