Geese have returned with a new single, ‘Cowboy Nudes’, the band’s first new music since their 2021 debut Projector. The track arrives with a video co-directed by Andy Swartz and frontman Cameron Winter. Watch and listen below.
Talking about ‘Cowboy Nudes’, Winter said in a statement: “The song is about life getting better, and more fun, after the end of the world. When we were doing overdubs I wanted to add something Eastern-sounding on the second verse, so I had our drummer Max bring over this busted up sitar we’d had lying around since high school. I went to buy some new strings at a world music store, and the guy told me one pack was $80. I thought he was kidding so I bought two. He was not; sitar strings aren’t cheap. I didn’t even end up fully restringing it, I just played the one not – broken string. So you better appreciate that goddamn sitar on the second verse. I’m also proud of the line about falling in love with a tumbleweed.”
Check out our Artist Spotlight interview with Geese.