Finn Wolfhard’s band Calpurnia share debut single ‘City Boy’

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Calpurnia, the band fronted by Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard, have shared their debut single.

‘City Boy’ was recorded with Twin Peaks singer Cadien Lake and is out now via Transgressive and Canadian label Royal Mountain Records (who have previously released music from Alvvays, Mac DeMarco, METZ and more).

Stream ‘City Boy’ below via Spotify and watch its video.

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The band say of the track in an Instagram post: “We’re super proud of it! Listen to it once, twice, or as many times as you want!”

Calpurnia are also reportedly working on their debut EP and will be joining Mac DeMarco on the bill at the inaugural Royal Mountain festival in September.

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We’re super excited to announce that our debut single “City Boy” is out on @applemusic + @spotify and is available for download on iTunes and @googleplaymusic! This track was produced by Cadien Lake James, @reelbigtuna, and engineered by Andrew Humphrey, @suncopmusic, and released by @royalmountainrecords. We’re super proud of it! Listen to it once, twice, or as many times as you want! Search for “Calpurnia City Boy” on any of those services to go check it out! We love you all ❤️ PS, if you’re West of the Eastern Standard time zone, the single will become available ‪at midnight‬. PPS, photo taken by the amazing @calmellarm PPPS, more exciting news to come tomorrow

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Calpurnia played a show at Rough Trade New York in January, covering The Velvet Underground‘s ‘Here She Comes Now’, Twin Peaks‘ ‘Butterfly’, Pixies‘ ‘Where Is My Mind’, and ‘El Scorcho’ by Weezer.

NME‘s Rhian Daly attended the show and later wrote of Wolfhard’s band: “There’s room for improvement, as with anyone, but Calpurnia are already impressively promising, with all signs pointing to them being very much the real deal. Surely that’s worth letting out a little scream for?”

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