NYC band Public Practice have shared new song ‘Slow Down’ ahead of some newly announced tour dates this February.
The band - which are made up of members of the recently disbanded WALL and pop band Beverly - released their first EP ‘Distance Is A Mirror’ last year via Wharf Cat Records, featuring the high impact singles ‘Foundation’ and ‘Fate/Glory’
Talking about the track, the band said: “The rapid fire guitars set the tone for a testimony to the mayhem of living in New York City. In this city (and in modern society at large) we feel the constant want/need to have more more more and this song reflects coming to terms with, and battling, that notion.”
The band will be playing some UK dates next month - you can see those below.
1 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
2 Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s
3 Glasgow, The Poetry Club
6 Brighton, Prince Albert
7 London, Shacklewell Arms
8 Bristol, Rough Trade
Listen to ‘Slow Down’ below.
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