Track Review: High Tyde – Solana

by Meka Beresford
With sold out gigs already under their belts these boys are creating a fuss in the south-east. High Tyde, a Brighton based lad-group are hitting it big with their Two Door Cinema Club-esque sound. Having already appeared on BBC introducing and releasing a number of tracks, the unsigned indie band are releasing their new single ‘Solana’, which translates to ‘Sunny Day’ in Spanish, this Saturday.
The track in question features vocalist Cody Matthews belting his heart out about spending a typical summer day in Brighton with someone, whether it be a friend, lover or a complete stranger. Underneath the chirpy lyrics lie buoyant instrumentals which take the band’s indie-pop sound that little bit further.
Check out ‘Solana’ for yourself this Saturday when it is released as part of High Tyde’s ‘Tweet/Share for a Track’ campaign. All you have to do is simply re-tweet the post on the band’s Twitter page, or share the post on their Facebook for a free download.
Released: 16 March 2013
Label: Self-Released
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