Rising indie-rock group HYDE AWAY have returned with their anthemic new single ‘10:30’, which features driving percussion and earworm melodies. Bringing unrelenting, feel-good energy to the track, HYDE AWAY presents an edgy alt-rock sound with a memorable chorus. ‘10:30’ will have listeners jamming along from start to finish, and then sticking the song on repeat.
Revealing more about their new single, the band says: “The song was written the morning after a night out in about 15 minutes. I was thinking about a girl I saw who was constantly on her phone whilst she was on a date with her boyfriend.”
Hertfordshire-based four-piece HYDE AWAY take inspiration from the likes of Courteeners, Two Door Cinema Club, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Circa Waves. They have supported Larkins, Sarpa Salpa and The Pale White, made it to the grand final of the Juicebox Live Battle of the Bands in 2019 and have twice performed at Wilkestock Festival supporting Slaves, We Are Scientists (2019), Mallory Knox and The Fratellis (2018). With impressive achievements already under their belt, HYDE AWAY are only just getting started and we can’t wait to see what’s to come.