Rising indie rock trio The Burma have shared new double single 'Same Again' / 'Quicksand'.
The band hail from County Cork, three young musicians brought together by a desire to express something different.
Taking their cue from arena-filling indie rock - think aspects of The Killers, maybe - they couple this with a poignant sense of intimacy.
New EP 'Sugar Moonlight' is incoming, with the three-piece sharing a fresh double single.
'Same Again' has been a key part of their live show since the beginning, with The Burma allowing it to drift and evolve.
The Burma tell us: “We've been playing this song for a couple years and it's gone through loads of different variations to get to where it's at now. There's a shout out to Coolamber in the Chorus which is the estate Tony grew up in in Cobh. This track works well as a set opener.”
'Quicksand' became a fan favourite on its initial release in 2018, and this new version gives it a sweeping overhaul.
The band continue: “We had a version of this track out as a single in 2018 but the arrangement has changed since then so we decided to re-record it and include it on the EP. It seems to have become a fan favourite so we're looking forward to people hearing the new version.”
Tune in now.
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