Glasgow-based indie rock/experimental rock/alt pop artist Jack Wakeman & The Dreamstriders has aired his new single “The Witching Hour“, and its accompanying music video.
The Classic-Rock-tinged track (think of Rush, Marillion…) is out now, grab it here.
Commenting on the track, Jack says:
This song has been nearly three years in the making from messing around with a synth arpeggiator in my old Manchester flat, recording a terrible mid-lockdown demo then briefly staying in Liverpool and getting to record at Whitewood Studios courtesy of a BC Camplight recommendation, then filming our best video yet with Hamish Macleod.
Been a pretty crazy ride, at one point I didn’t think it would ever see the light of day because it didn’t sound like anything i’d done before and then the self doubt kicks in and you push the ‘out there’ ideas down and try to conform to your personalised idea of self.
But the band’s encouragement made me realise none of that matters and your creations are unique to you no matter how differing they may feel.
It follows the release of his cover version of Pink Floyd‘s classic “Breathe (In The Air)“.