Release: Worship On BBC Radio 1 Introducing Playlist & Announce Single Release On Killing Moon Records
Since forming in 2010, Worship have spent their time crafting their sound and steadily building a reputation as one of the most talented unsigned acts out there through electrifying live performances, appearing alongside Killing Moon-faves such as ANR, Alpines, Trophy Wife and Everything Everything.
Already well-versed in the ways of the recording studio, Worship have self-produced a string of demos of such high quality that it is hard to imagine any room for improvement. Yet improve they do; consistently, and with a sense of purpose that is reflected in the driving rhythm of their music.
A brilliantly-received performance on the BBC Introducing Stage at this year’s Glastonbury Festival has secured the band a place on the BBC Introducing Playlist for one of the band’s earlier tracks, Collateral. This means plays on all of Radio 1’s biggest daytime shows over the coming week, giving Worship the biggest audience of their career so far. Collateral is the perfect introduction to the haunting and powerful sound that Worship have forged; music that walks a very fine line between the sombre sense of forboding with lush, intoxicating melody.
The band’s debut single, House Of Glass, is due for release in October on Killing Moon Records. Which happens to be us.
Worship will also be appearing at Standon Calling on Friday 12th August, a festival with proven knack for picking bands on their way to stardom to perform; Friendly Fires, Florence and the Machine, and Mumford & Sons to name but a few.
Collateral can be downloaded for diddly-squat by CLICKING HERE.
Get excited, you beautiful people. We sure as hell are.