Mighty Oaks plead for communication in ‘Tell Me What You’re Thinking’

The track is taken from the forthcoming album All Things Go.

The track is taken from the forthcoming album All Things Go.

Berlin-based trans-Atlantic trio Mighty Oaks return with new single ‘Tell Me What You’re Thinking’. The track is the latest to be revealed from their forthcoming new album All Things Go. 

Following on from recent releases ‘Lost Again’, ‘Forget Tomorrow’ and the album’s title track, the band – comprised of American Ian Hooper, Italian Claudio Donzelli and Brit Craig Saunders – once again excel in their latest emotive effort. Musing on the concept of modern love (read: emojis, abbreviations and passive communication), ‘Tell Me What You’re Thinking’ sees the band plead for direct discourse.

“In a world where humankind is given seemingly endless opportunities to easily communicate with people all over the world, they’re more overwhelmed than ever. To some, communication has never been this difficult,” share the band of the track’s inspiration.

“Communication is key and yet it feels like we are all getting worse and worse at looking each other in the eyes and talking to one another. Everything is digital, emoji, SMS, passive communication. You can never really understand the other if you can’t learn to speak to them. This song is about a person who can’t gauge their partner; it’s a cry for help”.

‘Tell Me What You’re Thinking’ is available now via BMG.

Munich /// 17 February /// Muffathalle (GER)

Vienna /// 18 February /// Arena (AUT)

Zurich /// 19 February /// Kaufleuten (CH)

Stuttgart /// 20 February /// LKA Longhorn (GER)

Luxembourg /// 21 February /// Rotondes (LUX)

Paris /// 23 February /// Les Etoiles (FRA)

London /// 25 February /// Jazz Cafe (UK)

Brussels /// 26 February /// AB Club (BEL)

Dortmund /// 27 February /// Konzerthaus (GER)

Amsterdam /// 28 February /// Melkweg Old Hall (NL)

Cologne /// 29 February /// Live Music Hall (GER)

Wiesbaden /// 2 March /// Schlachthof (GER)

Hamburg /// 3 March /// Gr Freiheit (GER)

Berlin /// 4 March /// Huxleys (GER)

Copenhagen /// 6 March /// Vega (DK)

Stockholm /// 7 March /// Nalen Klubb (SWE)

Oslo /// 8 March /// Parkteatret (NOR)

View the band’s North American tour dates here!