London based, indie-pop 4-piece outfit RAMES have released their third single 'Won't Be Long'.
With a sound that has been likened to bands such as The Stone Roses and The Night Cafe, 'Won't Be Long' is a melodic and jangly guitar driven track, produced by Gavin Martin at Magic Garden Studios. The track showcases the bands' signature melodic and dreamy indie pop sound.
Alan's gritty, yet soulful voice acts in perfect harmony to the mellifluous, blissful instrumentation and culminates in a euphoric chorus which is both catchy and uplifting - releasing just at a time when we need it most. Think The Cure, but with a synth-heavy modern twist. 'Won't Be Long' is accompanied by a candid and youthful music video, perfectly capturing the band playing live and the essence of the track.
The release follows their debut track 'Easy For You' and second single 'She's Gold' which has racked up over 20,000 Spotify Streams. Following their debut release, the band quickly sold out their first headline show in London, playing to a three-figure crowd.
Alan Li, Oli Zanetti, Joseph Bedford and Joe Jarvis make up the 4-piece, and have supported the likes of DECO, FLOWVERS and The Covasettes at major UK venues. They're also no stranger to the festival stage, playing the likes of Wilkestock alongside Slaves and The Snuts.
'Won't Be Long' is out now. Listen HERE @ramesband
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