Following their 2013 debut Bellevue, Pylo’s latest offering The Woman EP is out today, with their second four-track fully embracing a clean production.
Citing musical influences including Pink Floyd and The National, the band’s unique sound has been steadily garnering the nation’s attention thanks to backing from broadcasters such as Radio 1.
After opening the Replay stage at Bestival last year, the group are now confirmed to appear at Isle of Wight 2014 this summer, scheduled to play Big Top Stage with The Horrors, Peace, Swim Deep and The Strypes.
With some more live dates announced, the five piece from Bath look set for a rather busy time.
Pylo live dates
Wednesday 2nd – Hoxton Bar & Grill, London
Thursday 17th – Upstairs @ The Garage, London
Friday 13th – Thekla, Bristol
Sunday 15th – Big Top Stage @ Isle of Wight Festival
Head HERE for more details.