Reverb guitars and unfurling Pixies-esque bass lines are nothing new. Neither are tight male-female slacker harmonies, sparkly textures or juicily thick layers of production; but the songwriting of Lowtide cuts itself apart from the shoegazing crowd and sits in a more melody-driven space, even leaning towards the spacier end of pop. Their harmonies bring early Belle & Sebastian to mind, while their riffs keep their feet rooted in the soft, muddy side of nineties alt-rock.
They previously shared catchy, driving, back and forth of 'Wedding Ring', also from their debut, Lowtide, to be released on the brand new London indie Opposite Number.
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