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Is Bliss share new video ‘Into A Dream’, EP out via Club AC30

Hampshire psychedelic shoegaze trio Is Bliss continue to cause a stir with the release of new EP ‘The Honeycomb Explosion’, released 19th May on celebrated label, Club AC30. Watch here

With a shared love of Slowdive, Spacemen 3 and Verve, Is Bliss’s first year has seen the band turn heads with their explosive live shows and have supported the likes of Wolf Alice, Telescopes, Nine Black Alps, Mark Gardener and Robin Guthrie in a whirlwind twelve months. The band have also received radio support from the likes of Lauren Laverne, Tom Ravenscroft and Radcliffe & Maconie at BBC Radio 6 Music along with BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio.

Building on the success of the band’s debut, ‘The Honeycomb Explosion’ opens with the soporific ‘Someone’ that echoes The Warlocks before giving way to effervescent guitars and wig-out drums.

‘Alive (Baby Come On)’ hypnotizes and mesmerises in equal measure, providing a heavy dose of visceral sound; a spaced-out sonic groove as Stuart pleads ‘I can’t satisfy your love’, to a backdrop of deafening feedback guitar.

The dreampop of ‘Into A Dream’ glitters 60s-like with guitars that turn into waterfalls of sitar and full on, psych induced vibrations before the mystical and magical ‘Tomorrow’ is a trip into the unknown conjuring up a drug-induced utopia.

The EP closes with ‘Inner Soul’, a hazy, mind-altering trip with Stuart’s vocals immersed under a wall of reverb and fuzzed-up guitars, his vague poetry only adding to the atmosphere of the EP throughout.

With a support slot lined up with The Jesus and Mary Chain in April plus more live dates and festivals across the UK and Europe throughout 2017, the band’s heavily anticipated debut long player is pencilled in for release later in the year.

Tour dates:

MAY

* with flyying colours

+ with 10000 Russos

17: London – THE ISLINGTON *

18: Leicester – THE COOKIE *

19: Nottingham – THE CHAMELEON

20: Brighton – BRIGHTON YOUTH CENTRE (great escape festival) *

21: Manchester – AATMA *

23: Bristol – OLD ENGLAND +

24: Aberdeen – TUNNELS +

25: Edinburgh – SNEAKY PETES +

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