Trudy And The Romance are heading to Sneaky Pete’s next week – and in advance of their Edinburgh gig the trio have released new single Is There A Place I Can Go. Listen to it below.
The track is taken from their forthcoming new EP Junkyard Jazz, due out on 17 November.
The band, who began making waves in 2015 with their single Behave, are known for their uniquely mutant brand of 50s pop, which has seen them previously hit No.7 in the Spotify viral charts.
Last year, they ranked officially as one of the most blogged about bands (#14), with fans also including BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and Phil Taggart and 6 Music’s Tom Ravenscroft and Steve Lamacq.
Junkyard Jazz was recorded in former vicarage, Stockport’s Eve studios, with producer David Pye and takes its title from another genre they use to describe their seemingly hotchpotch influences.
“Our stuff’s like a collage and we’re trying to jigsaw it all together,” explains bandmember Olly. “The songs on the EP are meant to be loose but compact. It ties together as a bunch of different little stories; Junkyard Jazz, a messy love.”
Check out Is There A Place We Can Go below – and then grab tickets to see Trudy And The Romance at Sneaky Pete’s. It’s sure to be one of the best gigs of the month in the Capital.