All the way back in the heady days of summer 2017, we introduced you to Brighton’s Hollow Hand - a psych-pop group with the sensibilities of Small Faces and The Kinks, with painstakingly fashioned production and instrumentation.

Well, the band have only gone and done it again on latest single 'A World Outside'. Driving home a message of hope and release after a seeming eternity being locked indoors, it again shows off the band’s indebtedness to British '60s guitar pop while employing all of the production skill of HOMESHAKE.

The band recorded the song in their homemade studio, "a small room at the bottom of a leafy garden", during extended sessions that have produced a forthcoming debut album. All tracks were recorded painstakingly in mono, to a tiny Tascam 4-track. The result is fresh, breezy and breath-taking.

A World Outside arrives via Talk Show Records on 3rd November, and you can listen to it right now below.