Brighton quartet High Tyde continue to stake their claim as one of the indie world's hottest prospects with new track 'Do What You Want'. Premiered on Radio 1 by Huw Stephens, the new song is the 18 year olds' strongest track yet showcasing their developing sound and clear ability to write infectious choruses.
It's been a busy year for the Brighton teens, touring alongside Little Comets, Bad Suns & Peace as well as hitting the festival scene hard with slots at Boardmasters, Dot 2 Dot, Underground, Fieldview and Y Not under their belts.
The group led by Cody Thomas-Matthew (vocals & bass), Connor Cheetham (guitar), Spencer Tobias-Williams (guitar) & Louis Semlekan-Faith (drums) have spent the last year honing their distinctive sound. Now ready for full-scale assault on the UK over the coming months culminating in a headline show at London's Barfly venue on November 26th and hometown show in Brighton the following week.
Debut EP 'FUZZ' which was released in April now has 500k streams and
included single 'Feel It', a track which was chosen for BBC Radio 1's
Introducing Playlist and also had support from XFM & Amazing Radio.
Follow up tracks 'Talk To Frank' & 'Mustang Japan' also gained support from Huw Stephens and Phil Taggart on Radio 1.
With monster choruses, an arsenal of huge songs to come and second EP due later this year there's going to be no stopping these south coast teens.
"Still shockingly young, High Tyde have made great strides" - Clash
"With a sound already turning heads" - TMRW
"There's something special about this quartet" - The 405