Purveyors of classic British songwriting, Stereophonics, cement their return with first single, ‘Indian Summer’, out February 25th on their own Stylus Records and available to download with the video from January 20th.
A limited 10” single will also be available on Feb 25th with lyrics etched on the B-side.
Written by Kelly Jones and produced by Kelly and Jim Lowe, this new track marks the beginning of a new phase for the unshakable four-piece, with Kelly’s candid words at the helm of a modern but monumental guitar classic which reflects on past love.
This is the first official outing for the band’s eighth studio album ‘Graffiti On The Train’, out March 4th. A record capturing filmic grace and orchestral flourishes, it sees the band collaborate with David Arnold, who arranged strings on several tracks.
After selling out December’s intimate run of shows within just minutes and rolling out a taster with the acclaimed ‘Violins and Tambourines’ and the magnificently dark and moody download ‘In A Moment’, this new single will have you baying for more.
Stereophonics are: Kelly Jones- vocals/guitar, Richard Jones-bass, Adam Zindani –guitar and Jamie Morrison – drums.