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Cage The Elephant Share Emotional New Track Goodbye

Tuesday, 09 April 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Cage The Elephant have released another song from their forthcoming album.

‘Social Cues’ is due for release on April 19 through Columbia, and will be supported by UK headline dates over the summer.

The new single Goodbye is vastly different from the previous reggae vibes of Night Running with Beck and the agitated indie rock of House of Glass. Led by a muted, reverberated piano melody, the song is a lamenting farewell.

Lead vocalist Matt Shultz is joined by a haunting string section and a female voice as he sings “Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, I won’t cry, won’t cry, won’t cry. Lord knows how hard we tried. Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye.”

The Kentucky band will follow the release of ‘Social Cues’ with a UK and European tour in June, and an appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival. Following that, they'll combine with Beck for the North American co-headlining Night Running Tour, with Spoon joining for certain dates.

Cage The Elephant Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri June 14 2019 - LONDON Heaven
Mon June 17 2019 - EDINBURGH Liquid Rooms
Tue June 18 2019 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute2

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