New York-based group The Big Takeover continues to tease their upcoming fifth studio recording Spilling Water and have unveiled the new single, “Where Did I Go Wrong?.” The song is the second shared from Spilling Water and highlights the band’s talented brass section and rolling rhythmic flow over which Jamaican-born singer/songwriter Nee Nee Rushie shines so bright. Speaking of the new track, Rushie commented, “‘Where Did I Go Wrong?’ is a personal experience about being rejected by someone that you know wants to be with you. It explores the complication of feeling someone pushing you away, but reaching out to you at the same time.”

The band will continue to perform select dates over the coming months, with the Sugarshack EP set for release on December 13, a live album which highlights The Big Takeover’s 2018 performance at the Sugarshack Acoustic Live Music Series.

Upcoming Tour Dates:

Dec 31 – NYE at Sugarloaf Mtn, Widowmaker Lounge! – Carrabassett Valley, ME
Jan 10 – The Beehive – Boston, MA (free show)
Jan 11 – Beat Brew Hall – Cambridge, MA (free show)
Feb 08 – Waterhole Winter Carnival – Saranac Lake, NY
Mar 20 – Reggae Fest – Dover, VT
Mar 28 – Magic Mountain Ski Area – Londonderry, VT (free show)
Jun 13 – Supernova Ska Festival – Hampton, VA

Artwork for “Where Did I Go Wrong’ by The Big Takeover

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