Reminiscent of the HouseMartins, Luna Tides latest track ‘What Comes Around’ gives way to the laid back nostalgia of the 80’s indie scene. Following an appearance on BBC introducing, the band played a concert in Cardiff recently in support of their Debut EP release on 24th November.
New EP – ‘OPEN WOODS’
Release Date: 24th November
Launch Party at Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
LUNA TIDES are a four-piece Folk/Rock band from Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. Originally under the name Thomas Seddon, they announced the new band name on the 24th January 2016 at the Free For All Festival, Cardiff.
Their songs are inspired by growing up surrounded by the raw and inviting welsh coastlines; as well as artists such asFleetwood Mac, Paul Simon and more recently, Aurora.
The first single ‘Over the Cliffs’ was praised by the likes of BBC Radio Wales’ Bethan Eflyn & Adam Walton, as well as being featured on 6 Music’s Tom Robinson ‘FOTN’ Mixtape.
Over the past 7 months, Luna Tides have supported the likes of Top Loader and Into the Ark on tour, and have graced the stages of festivals; The Big Cwtch and DimSwn.
Luna Tides made it into the final 120 longlist of the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition – Indie Music UK quoted, “One of the brightest artists to comes out of Wales in recent years!”
They are set to release their debut EP – Open Woods – on the 24th November 2016, with a launch party that same night at Cardiff’s infamous Clwb Ifor Bach, in conjunction with The Forte Project and the Young Promoter’s Network.