Liverpool’s outfit The Vryll Society have just released their latest cut, ‘Shadow Of A Wave’. The brand new instalment is a fresh psych-pop journey, that sees the band continuing their surge of success, with solid plans for the highly anticipated debut album.
‘Shadow Of A Wave’, out via Deltasonic Records, is a haunting track constructed on the basis of obsessive drum patterns, described as “a driving love song searching down a motoric boulevard”. It’s another step forward for a band expected to stand out in the indie scene. The Liverpudlians are riding a wave of momentum right now with BBC Introducing slots at SXSW and Glastonbury over the last twelve months.
Listen to ‘Shadow Of A Wave’ below here.