Arrows of Love release gritty new single ‘Come With Me’

Arrows of Love

Arrows of LoveA song about loss, addiction, sex, and mourning, Come With Me brings the listener in with a crafty crescendo of guitar woos, vocal oohs and the simple wash of creamy cymbals. The metaphor of the song title Come With Me is heard within the music. The slow call-to-action of the song brings the listener in, with anticipation about what will happen next. The smooth, sensual vocals coupled with crafty instrumentals creates a unique sound that Arrows of Love co-writers Nima Teranchi and Nuha Ruby Ra strive to achieve. The second single lifted from their newest second length LP ‘PRODUCT’ (due out on 7/21 in Europe/US) presents Arrows of Love as the diverse, dynamic “product” that they are. Take a listen to the Sonic Youth referencing Come With Me via Soundcloud below.

Nuha explains, “The song is a collection of scenarios and themes personal to me. Ghosts from the past, wrestles with mental health, destructive patterns and loss of control.It plays out like a scene from a film noir – the story stems from manic depressive episodes characterized by two people who are really the same person; one in highest control while one is the weakest.”

These bombshell Brits worked with music recording legends such as Bob Weston (David Bowie, LCD Soundsystem, Shellac) and Godrich-mentored Mikko Gordon (Thom Yorke live, Gaz Combes). With the production and mastering accomplished by literal masters – it’s no secret that the ‘PRODUCT’ release will be accompanied by a redux edition single release of flagship track Signal crafted by Margo Broom, visionary producer behind Fat Whites ‘Touch The Leather’ redux. The album will be available digitally on July 21 and physically (Vinyl/CD) on September 15th – currently open for pre-order globally via pledgemusic.com/projects/arrowsoflove.

The group will be playing shows across US, European, and UK destinations, familiar territories for this five-piece. Having traveled across the globe, from Texas to Poland, SXSW to End of the Road Festival, sharing stages with the likes of British Sea Power, 80’s Matchbox B-Line Disaster, The Wytches a string of DIT-funded US showcases, followed by a support slot with British post-punk legends The Fall, and The Stooges’ Mike Watt (US) Arrows of Love have received ample attention and support for their inimitable, distinct British style.