A nostalgia-tinged pop number, guitarist Josh Bowes describes the new track as: “being a calamity. It’s dancing with accepting that you have a problem without having to address it. Lyrically, it’s tongue in cheek with its obscure Chas and Dave reference as a response to the way the industry can glamorize self destruction and place people in the spotlight who are in a dark place.”
The release also comes before their biggest headlines show to-date at London’s Scala on 25th September.
Check the new track out below:
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