One part German, one part Australian and two parts British, but formed and based in Liverpool, Wide Eyed Boy formed at Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institue For Performing Arts [LIPA].
2018 was spent grabbing international attention, with a top-20 Germany airplay single, and Europe-wide shows played in support of The Libertines, Feeder, The Rifles and The Riptide Movement.
Taken from their ‘Sun Again’ EP, they today unveil a new single ‘See The Light’ (produced by Rich Turvey – Blossoms, Clean Cut Kid, Cabbage). A brooding slice of indie rock, full of deep melodies and earnest vocals, you can check out the track below:
Talking about the song, Tom Taylor from the band explains ‘See the light is about getting to the stage where you have almost given up on everything. You want and need to be alone and are in the state of constantly rethinking what you have said and done. It’s one of our most serious songs, we normally try to find a bit of positivity or resolution when we write a more downbeat song but with See The Light that doesn’t happen’.
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