Winnipeg shoegaze/dream-pop duo Basic Nature have shared a free stream of ‘Love Won’t Always Be There’ ahead of their upcoming tour.
The track can be found on their debut EP Circles & Lines, out now on Sundowning Sound Records/Dub Ditch Picnic Records. The duo of Claire Bones and Lizzy Burt came together in 2014 during one of the coldest winters in Winnipeg.
They toured throughout Eastern Canada and were selected to open for shoegaze legends Swervedriver when they played The ‘Peg.
Though the band cites Slowdive’s Souvlaki as their main influence, they promise that their upcoming debut album will feature a slightly edgier sound and ‘Love Won’t Always Come’ provides a taste.
“We are so excited to finally share this song,” Burt said in a statement. “There is a real blissful melancholy that comes with performing it, the song kind of acts as a release of pent up energy bringing relief in the best way, and we want to share that. It comes from a realization that even at our lowest points in life, we may not find what we think we are looking for. And that’s okay, because we can know that deep inside ourselves we have everything we need.”
Catch Basic Nature on the following dates;