Sarpa Salpa – Casanova






Sarpa Salpa – Casanova

Sarpa Salpa – Casanova





Sarpa Sarpa drop an extraordinary video for their song entitled ‘Casanova’.


Video is stunning and captivating.


‘Casanova’ is a striking song that audience will enjoy.


Song is tuneful and relatable.


– Broadtube Music Channel



Sarpa Salpa are a 4-piece indie pop band from Northampton who formed in 2016 featuring George (guitar), Marcus (guitar and vox), Charlie (drums) and Ethan (bass).


The band played over 80 shows including 20 Festivals in the UK and overseas dates in France and Germany during 2018.


The band wrapped their busy summer tour up with a show for BBC Introducing at The Big Feastival before heading indoors in the autumn before more live shows including a London date as part of BLOGTOBERFEST.


In October the band released their first proper single SMITH on both digital and vinyl formats.


The release saw the band picking up airplay over the regional BBC Introducing network, Amazing Radio and then the icing on the cake receiving plays from both BBC 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq & Chris Hawkins.


Wrapping up 2018 the band got an invitation to play BBC Introducing Live at Tobacco Dock and they finished up the year with a small Christmas Tour hitting Hoxton, Northampton and Bedford, the latter two both sell out shows.


Keen to capitalize on the groundwork SMITH laid, the band don’t hang about and unleash their new single ‘CASANOVA’ on 14th February.


Frontman Marcus Marooth speaks of Casanova being about the high standards people have when entering new relationships, and how expectations can impede connecting with people for who they are and not who you want them to be.


He explains that these days might stop people blossoming as couples, and the track describes how some “people will chase the perfect love that doesn’t exist”.


Legendary NME photographer Andy Willsher shot and directed the accompanying video which sees the four piece each play different characters.












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