Inca Maps soar high with debut single ‘Weave’

Delicate falsetto meeting sharp, angular pop - the London band are today’s Neu Pick.

Every weekday, DIY’s new music know-it-all Neu brings you one essential new release to get obsessed with. Today’s Neu Pick comes from Inca Maps.

Four Londoners making sharp, angular pop that nods to Wild Beasts and Glass Animals in equal measure, Inca Maps have played the long game; honing their craft on the stage before diving into recording. Now, though, they’re releasing their debut single ‘Weave’. And a bit like a vengeful butterfly armed with a miniature potato-gun, it’s as beautifully delicate as it is feisty and punch-packing.

“Funny how the small things stick,” sings frontman Matt Tilling, tinkles of guitar burring against a steady undergrowth of fast-propelling bass-lines, and flourishes of percussion. It’s a hugely promising debut outing.

We’ve got the first spin of Inca Maps’ debut single ‘Weave’ as today’s Neu Pick. Have a listen below.

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