The Cartographer have announced their new single Hyde and a run of April UK tour dates as they tour with Miscreant.
Their new single is taken from their forthcoming debut album, due for release this summer. Hyde is the first single to be revealed from it, and it packs more of a punch than their normal material.
“The single is quite a bit heavier than our previous material and has some pretty intense meaning behind it. It’s about mental health and a split personality getting the best of some people. Basically, the ‘Hyde’ to your ‘Jekyll’ so to speak,” explained guitarist Dan Gorman.
The Cartographer will head out on tour this month to showcase their new material at the following shows with Miscreant.
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For fans of Northlane, Architects and Heart Of A Coward, the Derby group are sure to blow you away on the night.
17th – The Old Blue Last, London
18th – Blue Bar, Eastbourne
19th – Subside, Birmingham
20th – The Dolls House, Abertillery, Wales
21st – Sunbird Records, Darwen
22nd – Vintage Rock Bar, Doncaster
23rd – The Maze, Nottingham
Meanwhile, Oxbloods put out their video for Clinton earlier this month. The single is taken from debut EP Collisions, which is released on the 20th of April.
“We unanimously felt like Clinton was the right track to be the prelude for Oxbloods”, the band explained.
“It’s about a once symbiotic companionship, turned sour, despite both parties feeding off each other’s benevolence. Above all, it’s what we think embodies what a 2018 rock song should sound like, and we hope people will listen and feel the same way.”
Collisions EP track listing:
2) Ab Initio