Alt Rock 5 piece Bridges are smack bang in the middle of a UK tour this month and to celebrate this they’ve dropped a favourite of their live sets ‘Amor’. Somewhat of an ode to love and life on the road, it acts as celebration of the varying aspects of touring, from a band which feel most at home on the stage.
Front-man Ethan’s vocals soar at times, punctuating the hard hitting and emotion-ladened instrumentation. The track sees the rejuvenated band continue their output of alternative indie gems which are full of are raw, heartfelt expression. Explaining further, front-man Ethan says:
“Amor has been with us a while, and with us now a fresh line up it felt right to embellish for our debut EP. It’s a song that holds a lot of sentimental value and fond memories of sleeping in a van up and down the UK. Love, distance, time – all can be complete bastards, but at the end of it all you make things work. This new start for us moves with that in mind; we’re very excited to show the world what we’ve been working hard on behind the scenes.”
‘Amor’ is taken from their debut EP ‘On And On Like This’ (physically out now on Rose Coloured Records) and follows previous tracks from the EP; ‘Maths, Science & English’ and Ghouls. The latter of which recently got the remix treatment from Dan Young from the band October Drift. These offerings have garnered support from platforms like Alex Rain Bird (YouTube), Clash, Farout Magazine, Bristol In Stereo and various Hypem listed blogs.
Bridges have 3 dates left of their mini UK tour – check out their website for ticket details with listings below:
21 Feb The Monarch London
22 Feb The Flapper Birmingham
1 Mar The Railway Winchester