RETRO VIDEO CLUB Are On CLOUD NINE

“We're just freer and the songs are more interesting because of it. I've always stressed we just write pop songs and just dress them up as an indie rock outfit.”
17 May 2021

By Vee D

Edinburgh four-piece Retro Video Club follow up their explosive return to the stage with the latest single, Cloud Nine. Ready with a series of brand-new tour dates later this year, the Scottish indie rock group are at their most anthemic on the new track.

Described as “everything you want to say to someone you don’t speak to anymore”, lead singer Liam Allison’s powerful vocals lead the way for commanding drum beats and a classic electric guitar hook, mixed in amongst the synths. A track that’s begging to be played on stacks at festivals and stadiums, the band don’t let an indie label stop them from crafting the most memorable of melodies.

“We’re just freer and the songs are more interesting because of it. I’ve always stressed we just write pop songs and just dress them up as an indie rock outfit.” Says Liam, who along with the rest of the group, has risen from selling out hometown shows, to filling 1000 capacity venues in just a few months. With live performance central to the band’s priorities, the latter half of this year shows exciting promise for them to return to the scene after grinding in the studio. 

With new tour dates throughout November and a huge show at Glasgow’s SWG4 in August, Cloud Nine is ready to signal that you’ll see a lot more of Retro Video Club in the coming months, with the new track being the second one revealed so far from an upcoming project later this year

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