Neon Waltz Release ‘Friends Who Lost Control’ Video

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To coincide with Neon Waltz’s biggest ever UK headline tour this month covering 15 dates nationwide, the band release a brand new single ‘Friends Who Lost Control’ on Ignition Records.

The single is produced by Spring King‘s Tarek Musa and recorded at the iconic The Motor Museum studio in Liverpool. The track is accompanied by an innovatively shot video, directed by and starring the band’s front man, Jordan Shearer, shot in Liverpool city centre during the recording sessions. Precarious walking in reverse and astutue editing combine to unusually alienating, yet entrancing effect

Frontman Jordan Shearer explains the inspiration behind the track:

“’Friends Who Lost Control’ is a relentless look at life without balance… choosing a path out of the norm and the downfalls that come with it.

Lauded by the NME as “Scotland’s coolest new gang” and by The Times as “A band to get excited about”, their debut album ‘Strange Hymns’ was critically acclaimed on release.

Melodic Beauty … heading ever upwards” – **** Record Collector

Grandiose gorgeousness” – DIY

‘Friend Who Lost Control’ follows recent single ‘The Stranger Things’ which was playlisted by Radio X and received support from BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music.

Neon Waltz spent 2018 touring relentlessly and building on their loyal live fanbase. Following a tour with The Sherlocks and a vast array of festivals, they ended the year with a sold out tour with DMA’s in December.

Their current headline tour takes them on a 1,200 mile round trip with dates continuing in London at the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen tonight (Fri 22 Mar).

The band will also appear at Sunday Sessions, Norwich and Bught Park, Inverness with headliner Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and more dates across the summer to be announced soon.

The remaining live dates are below and tickets available from:

  • 22nd March – London, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen
  • 24th March – Manchester, YES, Basement
  • 25th March – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
  • 26th March – Leeds, Headrow House
  • 27th March – Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumbria Institute 2
  • 28th March – Edinburgh, The Mash House
  • 29th March – Glasgow, St. Luke’s
  • 26th May – Norwich Earlham Park, Sunday Sessions
  • 8th June – Inverness, Bught Park


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