Hertfordshire 4-piece pop funk band Tides have released their new single So Close.
Formed in 2012, Tides are becoming known for their opaque and sometimes dark lyrics. Single So Close tells a familiar story but features a twist leaving the listener unsure of the outcome.
Singer Aaron says, “The concept is derived from the idea that boys in bands always have a song of Boy/Girl break up. But it’s always inevitably soppy – and always with a happy ending. We all know it’s not that cut and dried in real life and doesn’t speak for the gamut of relationships.”
Tides will be performing a series of headline dates in the UK including:
19th July – Dry Bar, Manchester
24th July – The Borderline, London
25th July – The Institute – The Temple, Birmingham
The band will also be appearing at Rhythms of the World Festival, Boardmasters Festival and Midlothian Festival. Watch the video for So Close below: