“Apple Tree is the story of a boy I knew growing up who was bullied for talking to daffodils. I always admired him. The song celebrates feminine men, because I don’t believe being feminine is
exclusive to being a woman. We spent some time last year on the Isle of Wight at Chale Abbey Studios. The song was written and recorded there.”
‘Apple Tree’ is both the perfect successor to the band’s previous single ‘Chillers’, and also a huge cinematic step forward. 2018 saw the band make a bold statement with debut EP ‘Forget Yourself’,
setting the tone for their politically charged lyrics and social observations. ‘Avalanche’ speaks of toxic masculinity, violence and social marginalisation, whilst ‘Chillers’ tackles the complacency
accompanied by wealth.
Media and fans alike quickly jumped on board throughout 2018, with Huw Stephens witnessing their Dalston Servant Jazz Quarters Residency and immediately offering the band his final ever Maida Vale
session, and the band garnering an early invite to appear on Later…with Jools Holland in October.
Known for their enthralling and mysterious live shows, and with tickets flying for their upcoming nationwide UK tour, 2019 is Another Sky’s for the taking.