Temples Of Youth release dreamy new track "Nightswim"

Temples Of Youth released their dreamy new track "Nightswim" at the end of 2020 and since then we've been playing it on repeat! With love for the band already being given to them via Clash, BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music it it only the start for the South Coast based act.

The tune starts with smooth guitar and dreamy guitars that seem like they set the tone from the off, laid back, and full of atmosphere. When the vocals come in they're equally atmospheric with hush tones helping it to push the track even more, the vocals really sound like they've been taken right out of the 1980's

With well over 12k plays on their debut single the band has a good and solid foundation to build their career off of, and with this being the fourth single to date from the Southampton based outfit they're slowly but surely finding their sound. Before the pandemic hit Temples of Youth have had notable support slots with Pale Waves and Sundara Karma amongst others.

With every track that passes by it sounds like Temples of Youth are getting more anthemic, as you can hear after the midway point in this cut, the soaring guitars really compliment the sound the outfit have created fot themselves.

Temples of Youth are a DIY dream pop band from the UK, mixing elements of shoegaze, synthpop and new wave. Taking inspiration from C86 artists and US indie - TOY have developed their own sound, strong on hooks, melodies and heartfelt lyrics.

The proceeds from the track (when bought through Bandcamp) will be donated to three venues - The Wedgewood Rooms, The 1865 and The Boileroom, click here to buy the track

As I mentioned before, the band are steadily becoming a new-wave act to pay attention to, so if you love this track as much as we do be sure to head to their socials and connect, new music is due out this year so be one of the first to hear it by following them on Spotify!

The track tells the story of someone caught in a riptide and is about surrendering to powers beyond your control. It has a driving, insistent rhythm beneath it's powerful somber vocal, and gradually builds to a wall of sound with soaring guitars and feedback, taking inspiration from bands such as DIIV.