Time To Let Things Go
Yorkshire’s anthemic rock ‘n’ rollers Skylights have today released their huge new single ‘Time To Let Things Go‘.
With stunning artwork by Paul Evans (Painted Papillon Smile), the limited 7” Vinyl comes in translucent blue with previous digital-only release ‘Rebellion‘ on the flip side, while the CD comes with two additional exclusive live tracks.
It’s an uplifting but melancholic and emotional song, with the signature Skylights sound.
Guitarist Turnbull Smith says,
“It reflects on life as if every moment has been written in a book; good and bad experiences, pivotal decisions and hard choices where you have had to let things and people go, no matter how hard it was to do, to ultimately change your path in life for the better.”
The release signals the start of another exciting year for these underground indie heroes, regarded by many as “The people’s band.“
Skylights play Magna, Sheffield on 20th April, alongside The Enemy and The Farm, and have an exciting hometown headline show lined up for later in the year at York’s largest indoor music venue, details TBA in due course.
More big live shows are in the diary and new tunes are promised for 2024, details to be announced soon.
Infusing Britpop and post punk influences, Skylights have built a strong and unrivalled reputation and a loyal, passionate following through memorable sold-out headline shows in venues across the UK, festival appearances (inc. TRNSMT) and amazing support slots (inc. Cast & Shed Seven) since their debut single release in 2020.
Hard work, relentless gigging, and social media interaction have helped to build their growing fanbase, which includes a surprisingly eclectic array of sports and media celebs including the BBC’s Mike Bushell, Josh Warrington, Guy Mowbray, Gaetano Berardi, and Westlife’s Nicky Byrne to name but a few. Previous singles ‘Enemies’ and ‘Darkness Falls’, and their debut album ‘What You Are‘ have all hit the UK Physical, Vinyl and iTunes charts.
“…outstanding performances fizzing with energy and conviction throughout and have their loyal fans longing for more.” Yorkshire Evening Post
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