Back with a second track from their long-awaited EP set for release later this month, Gosport favourites Arcade Hearts return with ‘Bleach‘. Immaculate, ear-worm melodies are the driving force behind ‘Bleach’. It’s candy coated, indie/electro pop that would sit perfectly alongside their contemporaries such as Pale Waves, Stereo Honey and Fickle Friends. ‘Bleach’ is a pristine track that combines everything that makes a good pop track without heading down the same old commercial route.
Speaking of the track, Arcade Hearts frontman Dan Surridge-Smith has said: “Bleach is trying to tell a story of acute late night romance and the degradation of a mental-well being in a social age. Not in a pretentious way, just a blend or being delicate and obvious with the subject”.
Arcade Hearts are set to headline their biggest gig yet at Portsmouth’s Wedgewood Rooms on 28th September. Tickets are running low but you can grab the remaining few here.
The band are also set to play the following dates across October including support slots with Riscas:
10th October – Hoxton SB&K – London (W/ Riscas)
16th October – Cafe Totem – Sheffield (W/ Riscas)
17th October – HY Brasil Music Club – Bristol (W/ Riscas)
18th October – The Hope & Ruin – Brighton (W/ Riscas)
19th October – Royal Holloway Uni – London
24th October – The Sunflower Lounge – Birmingham (W/ Riscas)