PREMIERE: BRIDGES Shares ‘Ghouls (Dan Young Remix)’. Announces New Spring 2019 Tour.

As BRIDGES announce their new Spring 2019 tour dates, the revamped and rejuvenated 5 piece band from the wilds of the United Kingdom, offers up a consequential and delectable Dan Young (October Drift) remix version of their single ‘Ghouls’. The single is off of their recently released EP ‘On And On Like This’.

The tour will include dates with stops at Newport, Cardiff, Bath, Exeter, Nottingham, Birmingham and Winchester. They will swing by to London to play at The Monarch on February 21st. Tickets available HERE.

‘Ghouls’ is in itself, is a pop drenched folk inspired diddy that flashes with colors and shimmering memories of our proposed pasts. The soaring vocals and street sign illuminating strings, cut the emotive fantasies into small bows of delight.

“I shared the new EP with Dan who was interested in doing an alt mix now that they were up and running – we were more than happy to jump at that. As long as I remember we’ve been in bands from neighbouring towns, it’s amazing to see October Drift doing so well. Their new studio, The Temple, is an incredible space. We headed over to rehearse and it was great – such a nice room. Hope to go back sometime in 2019 to put down some new music.”

Ethan continued: “For me the song is nostalgic and probably my favourite on the EP. It’s tied to people moving on before you do and the difficulties that can create. ‘Maybe I’m not your ghoul, to pass straight through’. Things change, but everything works out in time – with our new line up now complete we are starting to feel that.”

With disturbance, there comes tranquility and a clearer path forward. ‘Ghouls’ ratify such instances, mauled sometimes by the inexorable parodies of life. It continues with thought and love; where dandelions of heart and future dance on a field of promises, will ultimately fruit.


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