Premiere: Halcyon Drive release another indie gem in Untethered

Premiere: Halcyon Drive release another indie gem in Untethered

And it comes complete with some industry tips from The Meeting Tree.

Melbourne-based outfit Halcyon Drive today unleash their latest single into the world, Untethered, the second track lifted from their upcoming May-due EP. Recorded with producer Steve Schram (San Cisco, Eagle & The Worm) in the Otways National Park, late last year, this new single is effortlessly laced with Halcyon Drive's patented brand of indie hooks and uplifting vocals, bringing to mind the likes of Foals and Bombay Bicycle Club. The group come full steam into 2016 following a cracker last year which saw plenty of radio play along with some huge shows, which is set to continue to when they jump on the road for a heap of east coast dates coming up. These include the Untethered launch, February 27 (more info HERE).

Check the full list along with the track below, but only after you've watched a typically hilarious intro from rap music rascal Raph, from The Meeting Tree.

TOUR DATES:

SAT 27 FEB | SHEBEEN, MELBOURNE VIC

FRI 4 MAR | BEACH HOTEL, BYRON BAY NSW

SAT 5 MAR | MILK FACTORY, BRISBANE QLD

THU 10 MAR | TRANSIT BAR, CANBERRA ACT

FRI 11 MAR | WAYWARDS, SYDNEY NSW

SAT 12 MAR | RAD BAR, WOLLONGONG NSW

Follow Halcyon Drive: FACEBOOK / SOUNDCLOUD

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