SUN SILVA Release Debut Single ‘Blue Light’

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‘BLUE LIGHT’
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“The London quartet’s debut is a warm, Jungle-esque delight”
DIY

“A majestic little tune”
Abbie McCarthy, BBC Introducing

London indie-pop quartet SUN SILVA have released their debut single ‘Blue Light’.

‘Blue Light’ features on the FIFA 19 soundtrack and is already receiving support from DIY Magazine and BBC Introducing. The song delivers widescreen horn-led pop and its effortlessly dreamy vocals take aim at the social media use of today.

Regarding the single frontman Oscar Gormley says, ‘Blue Light’ is about how social media dominates so many young people’s lives. The song is about how this freaks me out and it reminisces on simpler times.”

With a sound that recalls the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, The Maccabees and Tame Impala, SUN SILVA have already built up a strong fan base as staples on London’s live scene, selling out their last headline show at The Sebright Arms earlier this year way before releasing any music.

SUN SILVA celebrated the release of their debut single ‘Blue Light’ on Sept 4th at The Lexington; a show that featured a taste of further exciting songs to come from the four-piece.

They have also been announced to support Swimming Girls at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen on October 15th.

SUN SILVA ARE
Oscar Gormley (vocals/guitar), Jake Brown (drums), Sam Becker (bass), Charlie Woof-Byrne (keys)

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