Mt. Doubt – Conduits
Release date – 2nd February 2018
Scottish Fiction Records are proud to present Conduits, the latest single from Edinburgh dark-pop group Mt. Doubt. The track is the newest release from 2017’s acclaimed Moon Landings EP.
Moon Landings was Mt. Doubt’s most fully rounded and accomplished collection of work to date, and no track demonstrates this better than Conduits; a sailing, cascading tribute to the difficulties of interpersonal communication. Once again, frontman Leo Bargery manages to deliver impressionable lyrics, applicable to any meaning – drowned in metaphor, sang with enough heart to depict the emotional baggage of each individual interpretation. Conduits is undoubtedly one of Mt. Doubt’s most impressive tracks to date.
The single is accompanied by a brand new b-side, Athletics Season – a track swirling with vocal harmonies and pop hooks. Additionally fans who download the single will be treated to acoustic versions of previous singles Mouthwash and Teeming.
Conduits is released digitally on 2nd February 2018 via Scottish Fiction Records. For enquiries please contact: Neil Wilson, email@example.com, 07584220918.
Aros Community Theatre, Portree (Isle of Skye) – Saturday 3rd March
De Nieuwe Anita, Amsterdam – Friday 9th March
Bahnhof Blo, Wuppertal – Saturday 10th March
Lichtung Cafe, Cologne – Sunday 11th March
Cube, Dusseldorf – Tuesday 13th March
Dunckerclub, Berlin – Thursday 15th March
Stereo, Glasgow – Friday 20th April (supporting Brownbear)
Shuffle Down Festival, Larbert – Saturday 28th April
Mugstock Festival, Mugdock Country Park – Friday 27th – Sunday 29th July
“There’s no denying Bargery’s ability to create atmospheric indie pop with delicate and sinewy melodies” – Scottish Herald
“Rich emotive song writing.” – Vic Galloway, BBC Radio Scotland
“Fuses a charming Edwyn Collins baritone with flavours of The National’s anthemic mid-life trepidation and Springsteen’s way with an everyperson guitar riff and chorus” – The List
“Leo Bargery has a voice like caramel, with just a hint of something grittier alongside. He croons his way through the record with a seductive nonchalance” – The Skinny