NEWS: SHE RELEASE STUNNING NEW SINGLE LOW
+ Released on 18th April 2018 via Killing Moon Records
+ Premiered via One Stop Record Shop
+ ‘Lay Low’ is Record Of The Week at BBC Introducing In Shropshire
+ Previous support from Stereoboard, Glamglare, Dork, VENTS Magazine, It’s All Indie, Born Music, Music Musings and Such, and MORE!
+ Radio play from BBC Introducing in Shropshire, BBC Introducing in the West Midlands, BBC’s Georgey Tonight, and Amazing Radio
+ BBC Introducing Artist Of The Week
Delightfully dreamy, this sound is one worth paying attention to’ – One Stop Record Shop
‘You need to keep your eyes and ears on SHE’ – Music News
‘Body Talk is a catchy electro-pop number that showcases the band’s knack for an infectious melody’ – Dork
‘Body Talk is as smooth as it is sensuous and madly infectious!’ – Glamglare
‘[SHE] perform as if their lives depend on it’ – Brum Notes
SHE have been pretty busy since the start of 2018 and a lot more is yet to come for the Midlands-based five-piece, so stay tuned. After releasing stellar debut single ‘Body Talk’, they went on to release ‘Howl’, which premiered via Dork and was shortly after followed by a captivating and extremely well-produced music video, premiered via Music-News. Since then, in a little over than a month, they gathered support from many online blogS, including Glamglare, Stereoboard, It’s All Indie, Vents Magazine and Music Musings and Such. Radio plays have included Amazing radio, BBC Introducing and The Brum Radio. They were also appointed BBC artist of the week in February.
Taking inspiration from the likes HAIM, Fickle Friends, and Foals, SHE have managed to craft their own unique brand of indie pop, ranging from cool and collected numbers to energetic toe tappers to lively, fist pounding bangers.
Third single ‘Lay Low’ is characterized by SHE’s signature sound: lead singer Rebecca’s wonderful and compelling vocals and an irresistible dream pop vibe, but still unique thanks to the captivating melody and the upbeat chorus that you will make you want to sing along to it. The track has already garnered support from BBC Introducing in Shropshire, who have named it as their Record Of The Week.
Rebecca says: “This track is about my relationship with God. It’s a hot topic that everyone has an opinion on and religion shaped a large part of my childhood so i’ve always kept it in mind. You may believe in a divine entity or a higher power and you may not. Whether you choose to believe in anything or nothing at all, I recognise that there is friction in religion, an uncomfortable edge that some tread carefully around whilst others query freely. I find faith interesting and my own personal frustrations in the subject are explored in this song. When deities are invisible forces and I am a ‘real human being’ then why not believe in me? Or at least recognise that I exist. Lay Low tells a story of discovery, denial and despair all at once.”