Indie newcomers, Tulane, announce the release of their debut single, But I Say.
Formed out of necessity, Tulane came together in early 2014 when Nikki’s band, Thyrsday, was forced to cancel a row of shows due to a temporarily missing bass player. Nikk stepped in and alongside Nikki, the eleventh-hour duo salvaged the show and performed acoustic renditions together.
The chemistry was palpable. The pair took the plunge and Tulane was formed.
Their debut track, But I Say, is a story of the heart’s woes, in the form of a slow-burning and bitterly spacious four minute opiate.
With ARIA-award nominee Sean Carey (Thirsty Merc) at the helm, But I Say was recorded and produced at Trackdown Studios in Sydney.
At the heart of Tulane is a foolproof storytelling formula: one guitar (Nikk Retalic), one voice (Nikki Malvar) and a shared rucksack full of musical tales.