25 February 2014

Racing Glaciers release New Single Moths

Racing Glaciers release New Single Moths

Racing Glaciers release New Single Moths

Following on from the astounding reaction to indie-rock anthem New Country, Racing Glaciers return with their incredibly captivating follow-up track Moths which will be their forthcoming self-released single out March 17. Also a part of the package, fans can expect remixes from the equally exciting music peers, Carousel, Pixel Fix and Spring King.

Moths is a song about been drawn to someone. Being so obsessed that you can’t get away even if you know you should.” Explains the band, “Trouble and harm is inevitable but you don’t mind. It was all worth it.”  Having moments of both pure delicacy and unbridled adventure, Moths will keep you guessing until the blistering climax.

Their last offering, New Country, premiered on Neon Gold and was followed on from a large collection of tastemaker blogs which saw the track reach top 5 on Hypem.  Such online admiration was naturally followed by UK radio support, picking up Radio 1 & Xfm plays.  The new single, like with New Country, was mixed by Barny Barnicott (Arctic Monkeys, Bombay Bicycle Club, Peace.)

Racing Glaciers are Tim Monaghan (Lead Singer/Keys/Guitar,) Danny Thorpe (Backing Vocals/Rhythm Guitar,) Matt Scheepers (Backing Vocals/Bass/Trumpet,) Simon Millest (Lead Guitar) and Matt Welch (Drums.)

Catch them live:

March 14 - Kazimier (Liverpool - Supporting Amber Run)

March 18 - Think Tank (Newcastle - Supporting Dan Croll)

March 19 - Ruby Lounge (Manchester - Supporting Dan Croll)

March 20 - King Tuts (Glasgow - Supporting Dan Croll)

March 21 - Cockpit (Leeds - Supporting Dan Croll)

March 22 - O2 Academy - BBC Introducing show (Oxford)

May 2 - Sound City (Liverpool - Supporting Jagwar Ma)

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