Taken off the band’s recently released new record Casual Island.
Satellite is the latest track to be shared off of Casual Island, the band’s fourth full-length that’s out now. “This album feels very personal to us, like we’re sharing that initial intimate experience when you’re first coming up with the song and recording it in your bedroom.” Jane’s Party say about the record.
“Satellite depicts an other worldly encounter our lead singer Jeff had with a mysterious individual some years back whilst playing a bar gig in our local Toronto. With their unorthodox attire and unique mannerisms, his attention was caught immediately. But, before he could even go as far as a hello, they were gone without a trace as if they were never there in the first place.” The band explain.
“Around the same time, Jeff was obsessed with watching UFO conspiracy footage and had come across a phenomenon known as The Black Knight Satellite – an object that seems to blink in and out of existence while orbiting the Earth in a very unusual manner. This analogy of the Satellite was the perfect way to describe the strange encounter that he couldn’t stop thinking about.” They continue.
Though they’ve been playing together since 2006, the members of Toronto-based pop-rock quartet Jane’s Party feel like they’re just starting to gather steam. Since their third release Tunnel Visions they’ve collaborated and shared the stage with Blue Rodeo, Sam Roberts Band, The Arkells, Wintersleep, Matt Mays, The Maccabees, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Tom Odell, Lights, Manic Street Preachers, and others.