Plymouth indie rock band The Native have revealed their new single “Tramlines“.
The song, produced by the legendary John Cornfield (Oasis, Muse, The Stone Roses) is out now out via LAB Records and is the first track to be taken from their debut EP which is due for release late this year.
Speaking about it The Native’s Charlie says: “Tramlines came at a time when I had no control over my life, and when you’re on that path it’s all you know. We got the tram to a bar before a show in Luxembourg and it seemed to perfectly sum up how I felt. A lot of the ideas from this EP including tramlines started in our van. We were travelling a lot and life was coming right at us…. It felt like we were finally breathing.”
Buy it here and take a listen below.
Made up of Charlie Noordewier (vocals, guitar), Ben Andrew (guitar), Tom Booth (bass), Harry Youngs (keys) and Fergus Segrove (drums), The Native are all in their early twenties but have already experienced so much as a band. They first came to attention when they were still in secondary school. Their earliest self-released music started to go viral, they played a huge MTV show as guests to Bastille, and headlined their local venue, the Pavilions in Plymouth. Rather than rush out to capitalise on that early interest, they instead took the time to cultivate their own style, the reward being the immense potential that they now show.
Photo credit: Sam Fogg