Wild Youth | Can't Say No

Updated: Mar 15

Following on from the immense success of pop-infused track 'Champagne Butterflies,' which was released earlier this year, Irish indie-pop band Wild Youth have released their brand new single, titled 'Can't Say No.' The track is taken from the band's new EP, titled 'Forever Girl,' which is set to be released later this month.

Wild Youth have become renowned for their anthem-like tracks, including 'Can't Move On,' 'Making Me Dance' and 'Long Time No See' - and 'Can't Say No' is certainly no exception!


With its catchy nature, the dark and electric track confidently calls out an unfaithful partner and also sees the band explore a variety of genres, which is a real testament to their many talents. This track focuses particularly on a rock/pop sound, with the genres all blending perfectly together to create the infectiously upbeat single.


There is a sheer contrast between the bass and the euphoric pop hooks used throughout the track. Further, 'Can't Say No' captures the band's down-to-earth nature and lyrical vulnerability. When live music does make a return, this is a track that we are particularly excited about hearing the band perform!


You can watch the official music video for 'Can't Say No' below:

Since their formation, the success of Wild Youth - comprising of members Callum McAdam (drummer), Conor O'Donohoe (song-writer and multi-instrumentalist), David Whelan (lead vocalist) and Ed Porter (guitarist) - has continued to grow with each passing year. To date, they have already received over ten million streams on Spotify alone. Additionally, they have supported artists including Mumford and Sons, The Script and Niall Horan on their international tours.


'Can't Say No' is out now. The track is available to purchase and stream through all major responsible music purchasing and streaming outlets.


Wild Youth's new EP 'Forever Girl' will be released on Friday 26 March 2021.


By Rachel Dempster

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