Bill Ryder-Jones shares video for new track ‘Satellites’ – watch

Track will feature on the ex-Coral guitarist's forthcoming LP 'West Kirby County Primary'

Bill Ryder-Jones has unveiled a video for latest track ‘Satellites’. Scroll down to watch.

The new video, directed by James Slater, follows Ryder-Jones at his recent performance at this year’s Green Man Festival. According to the former Coral guitarist, ‘Satellites’ – which will appear on his forthcoming album ‘West Kirby County Primary’ – is one of the most personal songs he’s recorded to date.

“The song revolves around something my ex-girlfriend said once that helped me in coming to terms with the awful thought I was having,” explained Ryder-Jones in a statement. “She said ‘something somewhere must be happening’ – that line refers to the particular thought that life wasn’t real for me and that no matter what it is that I felt I was experiencing, the fact that I’m experiencing something means that somewhere there must be something to experience.””

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‘West Kirby County Primary’ –Ryder-Jones’ third solo album – is due to be released on November 6 via Domino, Also included will be the previously-released single ‘Two To Birkenhead’.

The ‘West Kirby County Primary’ tracklisting is:

‘Tell Me You Don’t Love Me Watching’
‘Two To Birkenhead’
‘Let’s Get Away From Here’
‘Daniel’
‘Put It Down Before You Break It’
‘Catharine and Huskisson’
‘Wild Roses’
‘You Can’t Hide A Light With The Dark’
‘Satellites’
‘Seabirds’

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