Cub Sport Share New Single ‘Keep Me Safe’

Australia’s Cub Sport are back with a gorgeous new single called Keep Me Safe, the third single to be taken from their upcoming 5th studio album, Jesus At The Gay Bar, out on Good Friday, April 7th. 
The follow up to their recent singles Always Got The Love and Replay, Keep Me Safe is a remarkable reckoning with love and shame, a postcard to a former self written with impossible care and grace. It depicts the secret teenage romance between Cub Sport's Tim Nelson and Sam Netterfield, as well as the internal conflict Nelson felt in the period afterwards, reclaiming a period in the pair’s life that was initially shrouded in stress and confusion. 
This personal story is wrapped around a captivating electro-pop production that continues the thread of dance music of its predecessors, with ambient touches, a fluttering, emotive beat and killer percussive elements that beautifully back Tim Nelson's dreamy, expressive vocals. Whenever I know Cub Sport are going to release new music I have no doubts in my mind that I am going to love it and Keep Me Safe surely did not disappoint. This is an enthralling musical journey with raw, honest emotion and I am going to have it on repeat throughout the year. The striking visuals, directed by Adam Munnings, are in line with the aesthetics of its predecessors and effortlessly embody the song's message and emotion. It's giving me euphoric and sad vibes at the same time and I think you'll love it! Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Tim Nelson said, 
I wrote Keep Me Safe about a euphoric but complicated time. Shedding some light on it now feels like I’m validating my younger self and celebrating the magic in something I was so ashamed of at the time.