Brighton’s Orchards have unveiled their latest single, ‘Darling’, due for release on April 25th.
Combining left field experimentation with pop sensibilities, the track follows on from earlier singles, ‘Honey‘ and ‘Peggy‘, and highlights the band as one to watch on the alt. pop scene, as evidenced by their stint supporting NYC duo PWR BTTM on the UK and France legs of their European tour.
Once again recording with engineer/producer Thomas Le Beau Morley (Wolf Alice, Three Trapped Tigers, Delta Sleep), Orchards have honed their skittish math-pop sound, whilst adding a shimmering veneer of ’80s pop grandiosity.
Orchards are completed by Lucy Evers (vocals), Sam Rushton (guitar), Dan Fane (bass/vocals) and Will Lee-Lewis (drums).
‘Darling’ is out on April 25th.
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