Duncan Saige is an indie/folk singer-songwriter from Perth/Margaret River, WA. ‘Duncan Saige’ was born after Henry Clarke (Stillwater Giants) gradually assembled various oodles and riffs on his guitar, sounding like some kind of hybrid Jeff Buckley/Radiohead/Supergrass behemoth.
‘Under The Weather’ is an irrepressibly upbeat offering from Saige that points forward while talking a quick glance back at the ruins of a past relationship.
The new single from Duncan Saige, ‘Under The Weather’, sees the artist reflecting on some tough points surrounding a break-up and entering new chapters in life.
A persistent guitar hook drives the song through lushly textured vocals and verses that ride on the back of a snappy snare and a chorus that dissolves into dreamy ‘Ahs’ that sail through the mind’s sky.
‘Under The Weather’ is an irrepressibly upbeat offering from Saige that points forward while talking a quick glance back at the ruins of a past relationship. It’s sweetly realised and has some delicious ear worm qualities.
Of the song, Saige said, “The song is mainly about how I gradually came out of the trough and I learnt some valuable life lessons along the way. It’s extremely satisfying to know that some hard times can make you upgrade into someone better and believe that everything works itself out eventually.”
Duncan Saige is touring through October, stopping in at The Aardvark on the 26th. More information here.