Manchester based pop-rock band Denova released their new track, ‘You’re Not Alone’ on 21 September.
The single marks a new sound for the quartet, who first got together 10 years ago, and have performed around the world, including festivals in Canada and clubs in the Philippines.
Denova have been feted for their anthemic pop-rock and meaningful lyrics, which they have coupled with their distinctive synth-led sound, and seen support from the likes of Phil Taggart on BBC Radio 1.
‘You’re Not Alone’, created at their studio in Bury, Manchester, was written about getting to a point in your life where you question your identity and purpose. From the band’s perspective, seeing others their age with cars, houses, and the job of their dreams, while they have only known an exhausting, and not so glamorous life of constant touring, songwriting, and recording – it’s not hard to imagine they might feel a little bit lost, and ask if it’s all worth it. Despite this, ‘You’re Not Alone’ is an anthem highlighting the importance of being around those who uplift you, to make you realise you’re not the only one who goes through this, who has these crises of doubt – you’re not alone.
‘You’re Not Alone’ was released on 21 September, with the video the following week. The track has already been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday Playlist.