Listen to 'Gravity' by Surfer Blood
Florida indie rock quartet Surfer Blood are readying their sophomore album - titled Pythons - which is set for release on June 11th. New song 'Gravity' gives us further preview of the Gil Norton produced record following 'Weird Shapes' which emerged earlier in the year.
It's unashamedly pop chorus and attractive guitar hooks make for very easy-listening on 'Gravity' - demonstrating Surfer Blood's ability to pen infectious summer-ready tunes. The band will perform at a string of UK dates following the LP release, calling at Reading and Leeds festivals on the way. For all tour dates and album pre-orders visit the Surfer Blood website.
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