|Solar Eyes Are Top Of The World!|
|9th October 2023|
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| A veritably vivacious fierce panda one sheet
The Act: SOLAR EYES
The Tune: 'TOP OF THE WORLD’
The Format: DIGITAL SINGLE
The Release Date: WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4TH 2023
The Digital Link: orcd.co/topoftheworld
The Truth: Psychedelic cosmic explorers SOLAR EYES are set to release 'Top of the World', the mesmerizing first single to be taken off their self-titled debut album. Strap yourselves in and prepare to be transported to ethereal realms far and wide as the cosmic cohort from Birmingham unveil a beefy wall of sound effects inspired by the legendary songs of Jesus and Mary Chain and The Ronettes, then un-strap yourselves and head to this launch show here:
SATURDAY OCTOBER 14TH 2023 BIRMINGHAM THE PRINTMAKERS
The biggest hometown show so far follows a debut springtime jaunt to play SXSW and the success of a special BBC Introducing live event in Kidderminster as well as a triumphant twirl at The Great Escape. After the flash bang and indeed wallop of their three sun-dazzled EP releases - ‘Dreaming Of The Moon’, ‘Alcatraz’ and 'Naked Monkey On A Spaceship' - the sonic surfers are now turning their own solar eyes towards the release of their debut album, 'Solar Eyes', on the panda on February 16th 2024.
'SOLAR EYES' IS AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER ON LIMITED EDITION COLOURED VINYL FROM HERE:
A veritable vivacious rock'n'roll blast it will be too: Solar Eyes is the brainchild of the talented core duo, Glenn Smyth and Sebastian Maynard Francis, and their blend of cosmic melodies and immersive sonic landscapes have already hung, drawn and quartered comparisons to Primal Scream, Chemical Brothers, ELO and the twanging ambiguities of messrs Morricone and Pizzorno.
Those three previous EPs have attracted the attention of prominent figures such as Steve Lamacq, John Kennedy and The Observer and garnered Solar Eyes placements on renowned programmes like 'Match of the Day’ and' 'Football Focus'. 'Top Of The World'? Not half...
“Swooping and captivating soundscapes and haunting vocals that pull you in with twanging guitars, and haunting strings that pulls the big sky of the wild west into the mystery of the midlands.” – Louder Than War