NEWS: Moreish Idols Share new single, 'Between These Ears'

NEWS: Moreish Idols Share new single, ‘Between These Ears’

South London’s Moreish Idols arrived fully-formed last year with their celebrated debut EP, Float, via Speedy Wunderground. Packed with crashing frenetic riffs, surrealist wordplay, cleverly constructed sonic layers, and an energy that urges you to dance. They have just shared the second single from their fruitful new sessions with producer Dan Carey in the form of ‘Between These Ears‘ playing on the more esoteric persona of the band, with a playful, near spoken-word vocal, prominent clarinet and a loose feel that fits the explorative nature of their output so far.

 Never ones to be pinned down, the band say,“Between These Ears is a silhouette of someone not quite at home anywhere, wading in the mud, somewhere in-between making and missing the point.”

Earlier this month they shared their first new material of 2023 with the acclaimed ‘Nocturnal Creatures‘ a woozy slice of arch indie-pop that demonstrated an already tight song writing team growing only stronger.

The band will play a couple of festival shows in support of their 2023 material, with further dates set to be announced soon:


1st- Fair Play Festival Manchester
16th – Outertown Festival, Bristol


9th-10th  Brighten The Corners Festival, Ipswich

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Speedy Wunderground are currently celebrating their 10th Anniversary with the release of a limited boxset “The Dubs: Volume 1” featuring label head Dan Carey’s dub remixes of Speedy singles from the likes of black midi, Melt Yourself Down, Black Country, New Road and Loyle Carner & Kae Tempest among others.

The label will also promote a 10th Anniversary show taking place at Village Underground on Saturday, September 15th from 8pm to 3am. It will feature a variety of performers who are currently or previously have been signed to the label, as well as DJs and other special guests.

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