Kidderminster's The Space drop single
Kidderminster rockers The Space have released their brand new single, and launched it with a hometown gig.
Singer and lyricist Jack Crutchley said of the track: “The new song is about the anticipation and emotion you feel before meeting someone you’re attracted to. I try to craft the words carefully to depict relatable situations in my own way – I want our lyrics to be unique.”
The track was locally recorded by producer Simon Henley in Base Studios, Stourbridge, who also produced their debut track False Reality. They also plan to record more original material "very soon", which is good news for their fans.
They launched Waiting Around, with support from local acts Feed Me Milk, Empire and Gavin Miller, at The New Railway Bell on Comberton Hill in their hometown.
Following the show, they tweeted: "Thank you Kidderminster. Last night was mental. We'll be back."
The Space have already aired on BBC Introducing Hereford and Worcester and performed across the West Midlands since forming.
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