Introducing: High Tyde

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This band have been on my radar for a few months now and big things are starting to become of them.

So, if you’re looking to catch the hype early, I’d jump on the High Tyde band wagon now. The four lads released their new single just the other week and have received amazing feedback after being played on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show and following on to be her chosen track of the week. If Annie likes it then it must be good!

This Brighton based Indie-Rock band bring us ‘Dark Love’; their new single that will make you want to book your tickets to their upcoming tour straight away. Their year has started off so well and I predict the year will just get bigger and better for the boys.

You can clearly hear their influences from the likes of Two Door Cinema Club and Foals while still bringing something new to the indie-pop/rock scene with the electronic vibes.

‘Dark Love’ may be the first song of theirs to hit a big time radio show but don’t dismiss their older stuff. ‘Do What You Want’ is definitely worth the listen.

It may still be freezing cold and currently snowing in England, but it’s never too early to kick start your killer summer playlist and their song, a personal favourite, ‘Karibo’ has serious summer vibes that is perfect for those road trips and days at the beach.

The unsigned High Tyde don’t need any record detail in order to create amazing tracks. This is just the start for them.

Check out more of High Tyde:

Website / Twitter / Facebook / SoundCloud


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  1. Pingback: Single Review: High Tyde // Speak | Mytacism Music·

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