I can quite confidently say I have been in love with Aberdeen’s finest indie outfit Vansleep’s track “Acid Weather” since a live lounge version of the song was dropped earlier on in the year …. In all honestly I have been anticipating its release from that moment.
The tune starts small and intimate , almost as if you’re entering into a rather private conversation which then climaxes into an anthem of a chorus that leaves a feeling of wanting to stand out in the “acid weather” and take anything that life throws at you.
Recorded with Paul McInally At 45 A-side , the new single explores a more emotive and sensitive side of the bands writing style, whilst maintaining their signature swooping gritty guitar driven sound making the track a right headbanger of a tune.
When all this lockdown madness is over make sure you go and catch this phenomenal band live as they take to their home stomping ground of Tunnels this October with support from Glasgow’s False Friends
You can find out more about Vansleep here
And frankly I reckon you should put the track on right now