Crawlers have shared the soft, sweeping tune ‘Golden Bridge’ – the final single taken from their debut album.
The Liverpool four-piece’s forthcoming album arrives next week (February 16) via Polydor and has so far been preceded by singles ‘Would You Come To My Funeral’, ‘Call It Love’ and ‘Kills Me To Be Kind’.
You might be expecting the final album cut ahead of the project’s full release to be full of fuzzed up guitars and raucous energy, but ‘Golden Bridge’ cuts a different stance that’s equally as arresting.
It arrives with a visualiser shot by the band themselves at the Mersey in Liverpool.
Discussing the new track and the context which it came together, the band’s singer Holly Minto says:
“Writing Golden Bridge was the worst time in my life.
“At the time nothing amounted to anything, but I stood at the Mersey in Liverpool thinking about sinking or swimming and wrote down everything that makes life worth the hardships.
“We came back to that place where it was written – the same place where we spent our happy times after our first rehearsals as a band.
“Being back at the Mersey with the sunset bouncing off the water helped us to realise how things are now better than when we wrote the song.”
Crawlers recently announced they’re set to perform the main stage at Reading & Leeds festival this year, marking their second consecutive performance there.