Brighton indie rockers White Room have announced the release of their brand new double A-side The Blue/Tomorrow Always Knew, the second pair of tracks taken from their forthcoming double EP Eight out via Deltasonic Records (The Coral, The Zutons, Miles Kane) later this year.
Recent signees to the legendary Liverpool label, White Room’s nod to 60s psychedelic rock alongside more contemporary influences (Pond, Temples, Cage The Elephant) is evident throughout their new record Eight, a collection of songs that interlock conceptually, comprising similar themes such as forward thinking, hope, positivity and escape.
Listen to ‘The Blue’ BELOW:
Inspired by the current social and political climate of the world and the uncertainty we all live with, the synergy between the lyrics and themes signified by 8 – the number of infinity – hints at the real depth within Eight, touching on aspects of joy, strength, balance and power in unity.
Discussing the release, the quintet stated: “In Eight we are offering a way to lose yourself; find an escape, and to embrace the intrinsic ability music has to take you away from the harsh realities of life”.
Having been championed across the festival circuit this summer with appearances at the likes of Isle Of Wight, TRNSMT and The Great Escape, the indie outfit will be heading to Reading & Leeds with their much-lauded live show later this month before joining The Vryll Society for select dates on their October UK tour.
Listen to ‘Tomorrow Always Knew’ BELOW:
White Room’s The Blue/Tomorrow Always Knew, the second of four double A-side releases forming Eight, is out 11th August via Deltasonic Records and will be available on all platforms.
11 Aug – Boardmasters Festival
25-27 Aug – Reading Festival*
16 Sept – Escape To The Manor Festival, Northampton
22 Oct – The Loft, Southampton (w/The Vryll Society)
23 Oct – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London (w/The Vryll Society)
*Jack Rocks 7
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