Franc Moody is capping the summer with their fresh new jam "Raining in LA."
The song arrives as the latest glimpse of the group's upcoming sophomore album Into the Ether, which is out Sept. 2. The new track follows previously released favorites “I’m in a Funk” and “Mass Appeal," and it's accompanied by a video directed by Will Hooper and Max McLachlan.
“The early sketches for ‘Raining in LA’ were written on a rare, rainy day out in L.A. on a day off between tour dates," says the band. "Something about the rain, and the grey clouds overhead evoked a strong sense of home, of missing loved ones and a yearning for things back in the U.K. Lyrically, the song acted like a letter back home, of counting down the days to be back with someone you love as well as baked beans and Scotch eggs."
They add: "Most of the track came from our initial jam in L.A., we took the stems back to our studio in London and finessed the elements we had with the usual FM blend of percussion, hot sauce and other condiments.”
Check out the video now.