Emerging indie quintet Cavalry have announced the release of their latest single Lucerne. The Merseyside five-piece’s mesmerising new track, a sumptuous roll of melodies and multi-layered atmospherics blended with breathy vocals and subtle power chords, arrives ahead of what promises to be a busy few months with slots at Liverpool Sound City and BBC Music Day.
Drawing influences from the likes of The National and The Maccabees, the alternative outfit’s successful 2015 singles ‘Soak’ and ‘An Understanding’ saw them gain attention from The Guardian and Music Week, alongside radio support from Huw Stephens (Radio One), Janice Long (Radio 2) and Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music).
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With support slots for British Sea Power and Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks already under their belt and additional single releases planned throughout 2016, Cavalry’s profile is only set to increase further in the coming months.
Cavalry’s Lucerne is released on 9th May via Fierce Panda Records and will be available to purchase on iTunes and Spotify.
28th May – Liverpool Sound City
3rd June – Liverpool BBC Music Day