Racing Glaciers announce debut album, stream new single
Macclesfield five piece Racing Glaciers announce that their debut album Caught In The Strange will be released on August 11th 2016 through Killing Moon.
The band have also shared the first new track from the album titled Samadhi (So Far Away). The new track is quite a bit different from their previous work. The titles refers to a state of meditative consciousness in Buddhism and Hinduism which comes across through cinematic soundscapes on the track.
Next to 9 previously unreleased songs, the album will also include the previous Bowie-esque single Seems Like a Good Time.
Their track First Light featured on the Transformers 4: Age of Extinction movie and won the band support from BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6Music DJ’s including Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, Greg James, Fearne Cotton and Steve Lamacq.
The band have also performed at the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend, Liverpool Sound City, The Great Escape Festival, Secret Garden Party, London Calling in Amsterdam, Berlin Music Week, Y Not Festival, Wakestock and Beacons, as well as a 35-date UK tour late last year. Watch this space for new tour dates.
Caught In The Strange is out on August 5th 2016 through Killing Moon.
1. High Love
2. Seems Like a Good Time
3. Nag Champa
4. Caught in the Strange
6. Naked We Rise
7. Carry It On
8. Patient Man
9. Hey Man, What’s the Rush?
10. Samadhi (So Far Away)
11. Young & Unsure
Caught in the Strange
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Originally published at Indie is not a genre.