The Covasettes are a four piece indie/rock band from Manchester, UK. Their latest single release, Watching All The Good Ones Go, is a follow up in the style of their previous release Modern Rapunzel. Both songs boast large anthemic choruses and melodies that will have you dancing until your feet hurt and singing-a-long for hours after the speakers are turned off. Watching All The Good Ones Go is a fun, high energy summer jam, sure to lift the mood of anyone listening, to spite some remorseful lyrical content. Front-man Chris Buxton, delivers an infections performance, with his smooth and cool voice digging deep into your ears and rooting The Covasettes lyrics in your brain. Along with crashing percussion, lo-fi guitar, and some blaring synth leads, Watching All The Good Ones Go is the perfect song to throw on, turn up and rock out to. The quartets latest single is a true Indie/Rock summer anthem. Written during the pandemic, The Covasettes have this to say about their new summer bopWatching All the Good Ones Go is one of the highlights from our time in lockdown. We can’t wait to get out and play it live for everyone.This song came together really quickly, and we think it’s a great stepping-stone from our latest singles to what we are planning on releasing in the summer”.

Since breaking onto the scene in late 2017, The Covasettes have been busy making a name for themselves across the pond. The band has been heavily rotated and featured on national radio, interviews on BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Introducing, and even earned “Track of The Week” on Radio XS Manchester. The Covasettes have also gained traction in streaming, appearing on ‘The Indie List’ & ‘Summer Indie’ playlists, amassing over 1.5 million streams on Spotify.

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