Indie-rock quartet Eyes to the Skies released their second single, Glasgow last month. A dynamic mix of electronic riffs, driving percussion and appealing vocals; Glasgow makes for just over 4 minutes of feel-good, boppy heaven.
A vibrant, psychedelic sounding tune, it nods at influence from bands such as Two Door Cinema Club and Catfish and the Bottlemen.
Frontman Alex told us the track is about about “searching for the perfect life“
adding that: “the track is all about starting a life with somebody without all the rubbish in-between.“
As the second release from Eyes to the Skies (ETTS), Glasgow is a dynamic track, taking elements from many indie tunes we know and love, whilst adding in its own unique twist.
“We just want to gig, release music & have a dead class time”
With plenty more material in the works, the band are set to support Antarctic Monkeys at their O2 Academy 2 gig in Sheffield on November 18th; find tickets here.
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