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.””


‘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’
‘Put It Down Before You Break It’
‘Catharine and Huskisson’
‘Wild Roses’
‘You Can’t Hide A Light With The Dark’