“Cave,” the latest track by New York City’s Purr, talks of taking a chance on love over cool melodies with Purr’s own take on a confident, ’70s-inspired style. In the song’s video half of the band’s duo, Jack Staffen sings the track in a flickering black-and-white clip.
“This is a song about caving in,” said the other half of the duo, Eliza Callahan.
“Cave” follows the release of last month’s “The Natural,” a lyrically wry yet cutting and country-nodding track that treads a line between self-effacing and self-accepting.
In April Purr will play their first shows of 2023, opening for Ruston Kelly in Washington DC, New York City, Philadelphia and more. All upcoming dates are listed below.
4/17 – Washington DC – 9:30 Club #
4/19 – Richmond, VA – The Broadberry #
4/20 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony #
4/21 – New York, NY – Webster Hall #
4/22 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of the Living Arts #
# – with Ruston Kelly