Leeds-based four piece Glacier Pacific only have three songs to their name so far, but they've already proved that they're a band to keep your eye on as they press forward in their career. They're adding to that collection of stellar songs today with 'Never Let Me Go', an infectious slice of indie-rock reminiscent of The 1975 at points and Two Door Cinema Club at other instances with its earworm of a chorus and smooth melodies that glide on by like an ice skater on the rink. The band explained in an email that the song's narrative dovetails with their previous single 'Give Up':

"The track came about when we were just playing around with ideas in our bedroom where we self produce all of our music. We built the song around a hook we’d had for the chorus, and it all came together really quickly. We’re massive fans of mainstream 80s pop music, like Michael Jackson and Prince along with more modern contemporary pop, and the song was very much the product of these influences inspiring us to create an upbeat catchy pop song.

We wrote it at the same time as 'Give Up', and so the lyrics kind of couple up with it. They’re both about the same person, but seeing them from two completely different perspectives, and wanting two completely different relationships with them."

Listen to 'Never Let Me Go' below, and check out the rest of their tunes over on SoundCloud.

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