Natalie Smith and Eric Jackowitz make up Cape Weather, who travel back in time with their retro-tinged pop offering "Never Say".
Having attended Berklee College of Music together, the duo came to be Cape Weather after years of individual musical endeavors.
"Never Say" is much like a summer evening, winding down with a soft beat and a simple guitar melody that heightens that nostalgic feeling.
While Natalie Smith's vocals are angelic, Eric Jackowitz brings a slight sorrowful melody that'll have you remembering being rejected from asking your crush on a date.
Despite the sad tones, "Never Say" is actually embodied with romance, and a sense of purity that'll pull on the heartstrings.
The duo went into more detail on the meaning of their new track, "We started writing “Never Say” about a significant other who was embarrassing at a party, but it turned into a bigger theme of all the anxieties you feel at a party. The people who talk to much, who get too drunk… Meanwhile you’re sitting in the corner thinking all these things you’ll never say, but you want to scream to everyone."