Surrey based indie dream-pop band Softer Still released ‘Turtle Bay’ last month the first single to come from their forthcoming debut album ‘Nuances’ coming via Fandango Records on November 2nd. Having been compared to the likes of The Cure, Wild Nothing, Beach House and DIIV, the four piece now come through with an alluringly lo-fi new video. Watch here
‘Turtle Bay’ sees the band’s sound at its most breezy-beach-pop to date. Following on from two successful EP campaigns (2016’s ‘Softer Still’ and 2017’s ‘Visions Of You’).
The track was written and produced by frontman Grant Williams and drummer Ollie Kitson in their homemade studio. Speaking on the track Grant and Ollie state that ‘Turtle Bay is a metaphor for reaching paradise spiritually by pushing through the weather and chaos with someone you love on the journey of life as opposed to being an actual place.’
Having been personally invited to support American shoegazers DIIV on their recent UK Tour, Softer Still will be bringing tracks from their melodic debut album ‘Nuances’ around the UK in November (full dates can be found below). Proving that Softer Still is an act for all indie generations, they have also recently supported Razorlight, The Railway Children and Julian Casablancas produced youthful indie popsters; INheaven.