Single premiere: Great Silkie – I Don’t Know How To Say I Love You (These Days)

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Great Silkie, photo by Anna Bo

MOOF Magazine are delighted to premiere the brand new single from London based folk-rock outfit, Great Silkie. Take an exclusive listen to ‘I Don’t Know How To Say I Love You (These Days)’ ahead of its release this Friday on Crocodile Records, as part of their new Digital Singles Club.

Written and arranged by ex-Voyeurs guitarist Sam Davies, who takes to the piano, slide guitar, acoustic/electric guitar and lead vocals on this track, with Andrew Saunders on bass guitar and backing vocals, and Charlie Salvidge (TOY) on drums and electric guitar. Great Silkie are back at it again with their catchy folk tinged psychedelic pop.

Singer-songwriter Sam Davies says:

“Since our last single I have just been dedicating all spare time to further improving my songwriting skills to make, in my own head, what I see to be direct, simple and honest songs…”

This charming stripped-back single boasts impressive harmonies and dreamy slide guitar, sounding like something out of the early 70s yet fitting into 2019 just as well, Great Silkie are the purveyors of a magical sound we’ve been searching for. I think you’ll love it just as much as we do.

‘I Don’t Know How To Say I Love You (These Days)’ was produced by Euan Hinshelwood (YoungHusband) and Great Silkie in London.

Listen to the single here:

Great Silkie play Elektrowerkz, July 4th 

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