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UK’s Tremors Announce New Single Details: Dancing On Broken Glass

London, UK: Tremors are pleased to share details of a new single Dancing On Broken Glass, in a series of imminent releases from the fast-breaking new band.

Following quickly on the heels of the Spotify UK New Music Friday approved The RushDancing On Broken Glass furthers the bold claim that Tremors are one of the most reliable new acts for creating instant alt-electro, festival primed anthems. Written and produced by the band, and fronted by the extraordinary vocals of Johnny,Dancing on Broken Glass follows ScarSugarcane and Am I Your Type as another example of what this young British band are capable of.

Listen on Soundcloud

The trio – Johnny on vocals, Jordan on synths/programming/production and Patrick on drums – formed in London from their hometowns of Marseille France, Kettering England and Oxford England. Their boundary-pushing sound is a perfect melding of French electro pop and the new wave of unashamed pop beats with global ambition.

The process and production is strictly self-contained within a tiny bedroom studio away from the writing camps of the current pop scene.

This is a pure homegrown new pop revolution at its most natural – self written; self produced; and self assured.

Tremors headline London Thousand Island on the 8th March 2018

And play LIVE AT LEEDS 5th May 2018

Ticket link www.tremorshq.com

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