Wildcard (week 12):
Telenova – Bones

You may not have heard about Telenova before, but youโ€™re not to blame. The trio only just released their debut single. How about a little introduction, then?

Telenova is front woman Angeline Armstrong, and producer/multi-instrumentalists Edward Quinn and Joshua Moriarty. Three seasoned musicians, who were in notable Aussie acts Beachwood, Slum Sociable and Miami Horror before. Comes pretty close to a super group from down under, doesnโ€™t it? The trio first met at a songwriting camp in early 2020, curated by Death Cab for Cutieโ€™s Chris Walla. Bringing together their respective music worlds, they immediately connected. This resulted in a refreshing and distinctive sound. A symphonic fusion of classy indie-rock with a splash of modern disco.

Their own description is: โ€˜cinema for your earsโ€™. A further explanation reads: โ€˜a silver screen dreamscape of โ€˜70s chords, haunting melodies, cinematic song-writing and nostalgic trip-hop beatsโ€™.

In a press release, Armstrong said the genesis of first single Bones stemmed from the percussive intro, sounding like โ€˜rattling bonesโ€™. โ€œIt reminded me of this feeling Iโ€™ve had of being so trapped inside my own head, my own skin and bones. We started to envision this elaborate narrative of melancholia and longing, a girl trapped in her own bonesโ€ฆ her own disillusionment.โ€

Telenovaโ€™s debut single Bones will feature prominently at the top of this blog for a full seven days. Itโ€™s this weekโ€™s Carte Blanche Music Wildcard!

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