Headclouds are washing away your winter blues with their new nostalgic summertime single ‘Seen it Before’


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The fresh on the scene sunshine pop band Headclouds have now released their latest single ‘Seen It Before’, a follow up to ‘Flowers ‘ their hit debut, and the second track to their forthcoming EP ‘Pure Honey’. The Newcastle lot formed at the start of this year, and are already making their mark, supporting the likes of Mercury Prize nominees The Big Moon back in September, and most recently appearing on BBC Radio 1 where they premiered their recent single ‘Seen it Before’. 

‘Seen it Before’ brings about some summertime nostalgia, as its sleazy 60s surf harmonies with fuzzy, lo-fi guitars make it easy to kick back into the summer state of mind, even in cold November.  There are nods to the jangly vibes and styles of 90s indie favorites Teenage Fanclub, Wilco, and Pavement.

Whilst ‘Flowers’ continues to flourish throughout the screens of music blogs, and on the airwaves, the band are now building upon the successes of their debut, with a tour that started in the Windmill Brixton, London on October 25th and has been to Leeds, Liverpool, Glasgow, and Manchester, and ended in The Old Blue Last, London on the 10th November.

Their beginning has been strong and with them touring across the UK they are definitely ones to keep an eye on.

You can listen to their new single now on;

Apple Musichttp://apple.co/2iJZRE5

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