Upon hearing Halifax band The Orielles it's easy to understand why they were snapped up by the renowned label Heavenly Recordings so quickly. The youthful trio, made up of sisters Sidonie B (21) and Esmé Dee Hand Halford (18) and their best friend Henry Carlyle Wade (17) released their debut single 'Sugar Tastes Like Salt' a few months back, and certainly caught the attention of anyone who had their ear to the ground for promising new talent from the British Isles.

Despite their relative newness, The Orielles have not only proven themselves to be capable songwriters and recording artists, but have been honing their exuberant live performances. You get a taste of that in the action packed on-the-road video recorded and attached to new single 'I Only Bought It For The Bottle', which The 405 has the privilege of premiering today. 'I Only Bought It For The Bottle' on the surface seems simple; capturing that distracted, mind-wandering energy of summer, yearning to get out and looking for interest in anything and everything. However, there is more going on than may at first seem apparent, and Esme explains the song: "The track is loosely based upon Nicolas Winding Refn film The Neon Demon as it talks about the idea of how beauty has become a currency and that we no longer desire substance, yet seek things based on appearance and face value. The microcosm of this idea comes through the lyrics which explain a story of how the subject bought a bottle because it looked really nice and tasty but actually it tasted like shit."

The video for 'I Only Bought It For The Bottle' shows The Orielles' onstage swagger and involvement in their sound, as well as their offstage capers and antics. If the video makes you excited about the band, and wanting to see them live (as it should) then you're in luck - The Orielles have just added a bunch of UK headline dates to their autumn schedule. Check out all their upcoming dates beneath the video. And keep your eyes on The 405 for more news just around the corner from this exciting trio.

The Orielles tour dates:

08 – Manchester, Night & Day
23 – Steventon, Truck Festival
27 - St. Germans, Port Eliot Festival

19 - Glanusk Park, Green Man festival
26 – Totnes, Sea Change Festival
27 – Bristol, Thekla

03 – Bingley, Bingley Music Live
16 - Hawarden Estate, The Good Life Experience

07 – Manchester, Neighbourhood Festival
27 – Nottingham, The Old Angel
28 – Leeds, Games Room @ Brudenell Social
31 – Brighton, Sticky Mike’s

01 – London, The Lexington
03 – Sheffield, Record Junkee