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Night Swimming announce debut EP and release new single ‘Let That Be Enough’

Bath/Bristol-based dream-pop risers Night Swimming have announced their debut EP No Place To Land – out September 27. Continuing their swift ascent to becoming one of the UK’s most talked about new bands, Night Swimming have also shared the EP’s second taster, captivating new single ‘Let That Be Enough’.

Taken under the wing of British producer Peter Miles (FIZZ, Orla Gartland), the band decamped the south west for Middle Farm Studios in Devon in 2023 to record debut EP No Place To Land. Recorded live to tape, industrial rhythms are set against a colourful, atmospheric soundscape, with the band noting the influence of Beach House and Slowdive’s live shows for their “combination of sensory elements” and the resulting “deepening of emotional response”.

Exploring themes of perfectionism and obsessive thoughts, new single ‘Let That Be Enough’ swells with a cacophony of reverberating percussion and ominous guitars; rich and striking instrumentation matched to vocalist and lyricist Meg Jones’ bewitching musings on self-improvement and preservation.

Speaking more on the inspiration behind new single ‘Let That Be Enough’, Meg Jones said: “‘Let That Be Enough’ is about moving on from past experiences, as well as learning to trust yourself and accepting the choices that you’ve made.”

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