High Tyde; my favourite discovery so far of 2016 and all I can think is that I wish I’d have been introduced to them sooner.
Made up of four young lads from Brighton, this indie quartet envelop their music with passion and individuality from track to track. After being friends for several years and hanging out at a local skatepark, High Tyde formed in 2012 and since then have played at major music festivals such as Reading, Boardmasters and Y Not. Having supported widely-known names like Little Comets, Peace and Young Kato, it’s clear that High Tyde’s music is already resonating with some of the best; I don’t over-exaggerate when I say that they really deserve some major hype.
‘Wine’ is High Tyde’s latest track to be released from their EP ‘Safe’. It’s a straight-forward, chilled out song with narrative-style lyrics that take you on a journey from start to finish. What’s brilliant about this tune is also the music video that accompanies. Hand-made by the High Tyde lads themselves, it features awesome DIY light canvases that follow the story that lead singer, Cody, is telling. (Just watch the video, you’ll understand what I mean!)
By this time next year, I expect them to be up there with the likes of Foals, Two Door Cinema Club and maybe even electronic-pop trio, Years & Years. High Tyde are a truly likeable band whose only agenda is to play great music and enjoy doing it.
You can purchase a copy the latest EP ‘Safe’ or tickets for the upcoming UK tour on their website, here
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