13th Floor New Song Of The Day: Greg Fleming & The Working Poor – Headlights

Here’s a brand new song from Greg Fleming! Headlights is the first single from his upcoming album, Working Poor Country, due out in October.

Here’s what Greg has to say about the song…

“It’s about walking downtown, listening to Lee Morgan’s Sidewinder on my headphones and nearly getting run over crossing Fanshawe St,” says Greg.
Headlights was recorded live – in one take – at Mt Eden’s Lab studios. New York-based filmmaker Andrew B. White was also on hand for the video shot in Auckland and New York.

Working Poor Country, out digitally in October, is a 12 track album which gets back to Fleming’s alt-country roots.

About Greg Fleming and The Working Poor

Greg’s first show was opening up for Texan legend Townes Van Zandt since then he’s built up a reputation as a razor sharp songwriter – adept in a wide range of styles and settings. The Working Poor are one of Australasia’s finest, forward-thinking rock bands. Their album To Hell With These Streets made the top 10 best albums of 2016 at elsewhere.co.nz – it followed the highly acclaimed Stranger In My Own Hometown and 2014’s Forget the Past – which enjoyed 4 star reviews both at home and internationally.