New Release: Café Spice – Open Door

Photo Credit: Lauren Pilkington

Café Spice have released their latest single ‘Open Door’. This is the third single to be released by the trio, and their second single release this year. It is a beautifully orchestrated song that features all three distinct voices creating a trifecta of harmony and accompanied by a sweet core progression of melancholic pros.

Take a listen below…

The new single, ‘Open Door’, is a song about two people who love each other and although they want deeply to be together at this moment in time it’s not possible. The trio tells us, “it’s about having to say goodbye to someone when you know that you love them, when you know it’s not the end of your story and when you know it’s not forever. You’re leaving them for now, leaving them in pain, but leaving with an open door behind you.”

Born from a love of singing in harmony, beautifully crafted songs and plain naan bread, Manchester based all female indie folk band Café Spice have been blessing our eardrums with heavenly and autumnal harmonies since the release of their first single ‘Lauren’ in 2018.

Since then the trio, made up of Georgia Gage (Scotland), Niamh Feeney (Ireland) and Eleanor (The North), have been performing gigs in most major cities across the UK and a significant series of gigs in Bangkok earlier this year. Not to mention a sold out full band gig at Jimmy’s in Manchester and supporting the legendary singer songwriter Boo Hewerdine.

Café Spice certainly have a thing for tasty vocal harmonies, they decided on their name after taking refuge in a small Indian restaurant named Café Spice, post performing at their very first gig in a wee town just outside of Glasgow, and it seems to have been a match made heaven.

The trio will next be performing at The Old Church, Stoke Newington in London on 30th November and at Band on the Wall in Manchester on 10th December.

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