Five-piece band Tourists today release their brand new 80’s synth-led track, ‘Drive’, premiering here exclusively on Spindle.
Hailing from Torquay, the band new release is heavily saturated in 80’s nostalgia while simultaneously staying true to their “dream-pop” style, as well as giving a nod to Nicolas Winding Refn’s 2011 movie masterpiece, Drive, with can be seen in the single artwork and music video below. Inspired by the retro neon glow of the 80’s, stylistically and sonically speaking, this track is drenched in the sound and aesthetic of one of the best decades in music history.
Following their latest single ‘Quiet Room’ back in June which received praise from BBC Radio 1 and Huw Stephens, a run of summer shows and being showcased on BBC introducing, the band have continued to work alongside producer James Bragg at Middle Farm Studios in Devon while recording their debut LP.
Watch the music video to accompany the new single below, created by Brighton-based filmmaker Kenny McCracken:
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