Updated: Dec 11, 2019
Jamming their very first year as a band full with support slots for the likes of SPINN and Little Comets, headline shows across the South and a debut single landed in Spotify’s ‘Hot New Bands’ playlist; Bristol’s Stay Lunar are progressing at an unstoppable pace.
That progression is defined in the five-piece’s second release, Catch Up. Inspired by the inability to move on from a relationship, the track is an addictive example of the five piece’s ability to explore melancholic subjects through their own youthful, high energy blend of indie pop.
Brimming with jangly hooks and dazzling synth, Catch Up’s propulsive beat infatuates its listener from the off while frontman Harry Leigh’s contagious vocals wriggle their way firmly into the mind, leaving Catch Up playing over and over in the head for hours; and giving the impression that Stay Lunar’s rise is set to rocket in 2020.