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EMERGING ROCK OUTFIT WITTERQUICK ANNOUNCE NEW EP!

WITTERQUICK reveal their eagerly awaited sophomore EP ‘Fire & Ice’, through all platforms on Friday 6th October. The hugely acclaimed South-west rock crew will also announce a UK tour for this Autumn.

With an abundance of acclaim and comprehensive endorsements from many industry tastemakers stemming from Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Scuzz, Kerrang! TV, BBC Radio One, Virgin Radio, and Kerrang! Radio, WITTERQUICK are widely regarded as one of the hottest bands to break in the UK.  To date, the tuneful rock crew have dropped a glut of well-received singles (Soldiers, Rise, Hiding Place, and Lie To Me), undertaken a sold-out UK tour with Nothing But Thieves, and even upset the charts with their debut EP, Beneath the Spinning Lights, scaling the alt chart at #9 and #35 in the album chart.

The stage is now set for WITTERQUICK to burst out to the masses, and the band are fully armed with their new EP ‘Fire & Ice’, produced by Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me the Horizon, Lower Than Atlantis, Twin Atlantic). From the opening bars of their forthcoming single, Shattered Suns, you can tell that you’re gonna be in for some ride, as the EP is blessed with captivating cuts of the highest order. Their current single, Lie To Me, has been racking up radio airplay and you can hear just why; the track perfectly showcases the band’s melodic heart in its truest form. Next up, Hiding Place, unleashes a superbly captivating hook that will be cemented in your head for weeks. And the closer, I Need A Friend Tonight, is a perfectly honed cut of contagious and engulfing pop-rock that only reaffirms that WITTERQUICK are firmly ahead of the pack.

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