Glasgow 3-piece alternative rock band “Arcade State” are excited to announce that their third single “Let Go” was released on Monday 4th May 2020.
On this track the band blend together thundering drums, massive guitars and haunting vocals to create an anthemic sound. “Let Go” tells the traumatic tale of realising that the person you love, no longer loves you back. It portrays the struggle of deciding to end the relationship, but knowing it’s the right choice, regardless of how much it hurts to do so.
Arcade State formed in April of 2019 and have gained momentum and fan base rapidly. The band continued that drive into 2020 with their second single “My Fears” which was released on the 31st of January. To celebrate the release, they played a sold-out headline show at Room 2 in Glasgow, this was followed in February by a headline slot at the legendary King Tuts Wah Wah Hut.
The band recently gained radio airplay with support from “BBC Introducing”.
They are currently working on new material with producer Gordon McNeil- formerly of the band “GoGoBot”. Despite the corona virus outbreak, they continue to work and have been producing live sessions at home. The session of their first single “Alone Again” has now racked up more than 8.5k views.
Influences: Twin Atlantic, Biffy Clyro, Fatherson, Kasabian, Elbow, U2, The Rolling Stones, Interpol, Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The band are: Ciaran Murray – vocals/guitar. Neil Jamieson- drums. Tom Glasgow – bass/ keys
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