Today's TOTD is courtesy of the lush sounds of London indie pop five-piece, Eliza and the Bear.
With 'Brother's Boat' official release due on April 28th on Mi Familia Music, they have today released the track's video (see below).
I recently caught the band at St. Stephen's Church on their recent Communion Records New Faces tour and was blown away by their exuberant set; full of youth, energy and harmony.
It's been a big 6 months for the rising with support shows for Imagine Dragons and Paramore, as well as their single 'It Gets Cold' being voted 'Hottest Record in the World' by Zane Lowe, and gaining extensive coverage through it's use in the Sochi Winter Olympics.
'Brother's Boat' is a huge pop track, built around its infectious melodic hook, staccato guitars and a huge rising swell of brass breaking in the track's anthemic climax. According to singer James Kellegher, it's a track about 'growing old too quickly, and feeling that your body and life are getting away from you'.
The band are heading out on tour with AWOLNATION, so you can catch them at the following dates:
26th - Trinity - Bristol
28th - Institute Library - Birmingham
29th - Club Academy - Manchester
30th - O2 Shepherds Bush Empire - London
31st - Waterfront - Norwich