SHVLLOWS release new single ‘Zurich’!

Edinburgh’s Shvllows have released their latest single Zurich via Choose Rude Records available via iTunes and Spotify.

The video for Zurich premiered on Clash and is available to watch now via Shvllows’ YouTube channel.

Shvllows create uplifting, atmospheric pop, with Zurich combining soaring melodies and a synth-infused indie sound that has become the Edinburgh four piece’s signature sound.

You can also stream Zurich now via the band’s Soundcloud Page.

Zurich explores anxiety and self doubt, and the extreme lengths that people will go to overcome them, however the overall message is that no one is ever truly alone. The track itself is vibrant and uplifting in contrast to the lyrics. Shvllows write music that focuses on dissimilarities and allow the listener to create their own concepts.

The band have enjoyed a rapid rise from obscurity following the release and subsequent wide spread success of their debut single, Shake in April 2016. Amongst the band’s supporters are BBC Radio Scotland’s Janice Forsyth and Amazing Radio’s Jim Gellatly, who featured Shake as his No.1 track of May 2016 in The Scottish Sun. During 2016 Shvllows rising success has been translated live with the band playing a sold out show at The Mash House in Edinburgh, followed by a headline slot at legendary venue King Tuts Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow.

Shvllows play Tenement TV’s multi-venue Tenement Trail all-dayer in Glasgow on October 8th.

The official Zurich single launch is at The Mash House in Edinburgh on October 15th.

Shvllows single Zurich is out now via Choose Rude Records available via iTunes and Spotify.

About RJ Frometa

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