Bandit release new single ‘Sefton in the Summertime’


Here’s To Being Alive

Liverpool based band Bandit have today released their latest single ‘Sefton in the Summertime’.

‘Sefton in the Summertime’ is the latest sample to be taken from the band’s up and coming EP titled ‘Here’s To Being Alive’.

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Bandit are one of those exciting new bands that only come along once every few years. Every track transports you deep into the tune and makes you feel like you are the star of the atmospheric show. The band are clever with their lyrics too, every line is gold and even more clever is that they seem to sing lyrics of what you are thinking about, this makes every tune feel memorable, catchy, important and personally tailored to the listener.

Paying homage to Liverpool’s infamous park, ‘Sefton in the Summertime’ reflects on the memory making during a warm summer’s day, dreaming of being in california. From the emotionally-stoked performance by lead guitarist Evan Tate to the cutting lyrics of frontman Nat Waters, Bandit unveil perhaps their most memorable lyrics, and mind-engraving choruses, to date, transforming into their most euphoric performance yet, while holding strongly on to the intensity so prominent across the rest of the extended play.

On the single, frontman and writer, Nat Waters, says,

Sefton in the Summertime is about the final memories with friends before you all go your separate ways. In particular, there was a girl I was dating, and we had the best summer together but the sadness kicked in as the real world loomed over us – so this song’s about that glimmer of hope you have that something just as great will happen in the future and the happiness will continue.

Bandit have also just announced three headline shows for March 2022 on the back of their tour across November and December, which saw sell outs in London, Liverpool, and Leeds.

March 17th – Sidney & Matilda, Sheffield

March 18th – Head of Steam, Newcastle

March 24th – Gullivers, Manchester

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