(single out 17 November 2017 through I OH YOU / Liberator Music)

Day Wave and Hazel English present their new song ‘PDA’, a cover of the Interpol classic. Together, the duo spearhead the lo-fi, sundrenched, DIY and dreamy indie-rock sound bursting out of California’s Bay Area.

Day Wave is Hazel English’s longtime producer, but they have never before officially featured on the same song. Taking note from the forebearers of classic US indie, and in memoriam of their youth spent as devout teenage indie heads, the duo finally came together to record their own version of Interpol’s classic song ‘PDA’. ‘PDA’ is from Interpol’s debut album Turn On The Bright Lights which turned 15 in September.

Day Wave says “I remember first hearing Turn On The Bright Lights when I was 14. I was blown away. And for me the immediate stand out was ‘PDA’. I’ve been playing the song on repeat ever since. I never thought of attempting to cover it until recently, it was almost too important to me. But having been so influential for me, I thought it would be cool to pay homage to the album.”

Hazel English says – “Listening to Interpol really takes me back to my teenage years and I had a really fun time covering ‘PDA’ with Day Wave.”

Day Wave released his debut album The Days We Had this year, which received support from triple j presenters and scored FBi’s feature album. California-based Australian musician Hazel English’s debut full length Just Give In/Never Going Home, which is a bundle of two EPs, turned heads and picked up love from triple j and Stereogum, among others.

 ‘PDA’ IS OUT 17 NOVEMBER 2017 | | Twitter @daywavemusic | | Twitter @iamhazelenglish