London indie rock band Teleman have dropped their new single “Good Time/Hard Time“.
The track is a about overcoming painful relationships and coming out stronger on the other side, as vocalist Tom Sanders explains:
“It’s a retrospective look at something that you can only achieve once you’ve passed through the storm. ‘Dark clouds gathered round but I grew so tall my head came out, now trouble seems far away’. Sometimes relationships are like addictions – they are compulsive and we get tangled up in them and keep doing it even though we know they are harmful. But the chorus is actually a celebration of the experience, because it’s best to remember the good times.”
Stream it below.
‘Good Time / Hard Time’ is the fourth studio album from Teleman, and their first since keyboardist Jonny Sanders quit the group in 2020. The result is a sleeker, bouncier and more dancefloor-friendly iteration of this underrated outfit, reminiscent of classic Moroder productions and prime-time
Good Time/Hard Time tracklisting:
- Short Life
- Trees Grow High
- Wonderful Times
- Easy Now I’ve Got You
- Hello Everybody
- I Can Do It For You
- The Juice
- The Girls Who Came To Stay
- Good Time/Hard Time