Racing Glaciers release new single // UK tour continues this November

Racing Glaciers release new single // UK tour continues this November


Having already made a huge impact with their releases to date, Racing Glaciers have returned with an extensive UK tour and a brand new single, ‘Seems Like A Good Time’, released through Killing Moon on November 13th.

With tracks as infectious as new single ‘Seems Like A Good Time’, it’s no wonder the 5-piece have picked up over 2 million Soundcloud plays since they first emerged, winning huge support from BBC Radio 1 DJ’s including Annie Mac, Greg James and Fearne Cotton, performing at the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend, and touring with the likes of Dan Croll, Sons & Lovers and Coasts.

Racing Glaciers
‘Seems Like A Good Time’

Festival slots have quickly followed, with Racing Glaciers appearing across Liverpool Sound City, The Great Escape Festival, Secret Garden Party, London Calling in Amsterdam, Berlin Music Week, Y Not Festival, Wakestock and Beacons, and even reaching Hollywood with their track ‘First Light’ picked up for the ‘Transformers 4: Age of Extinction’ movie.

The new single ‘Seems Like A Good Time’ is a track that pulls together all that is great about the 5-piece from Macclesfield, as gloriously cinematic, inventive and essential as we need right now, and the first exciting glimmer of what is to come from their debut album release next year.

‘Seems Like A Good Time’ is released through Killing Moon on November 13th 2015, available from all good digital stores. Racing Glaciers will release their debut album on Killing Moon in 2016 and the band head out on an extensive UK tour from this October, see below for full dates.


12 Nov – HIGH WYCOMBE – Bucks Student Union

13 Nov – BANBURY – Also Know As

14 Nov – EXETER – The Cavern

17 Nov – LEICESTER – The Scholar

19 Nov – BRIGHTON – The Hope and Ruin

19 Nov – READING – Oakford Social Club

20 Nov – BIRMINGHAM – The Rainbow

21 Nov – TOTNES – South Devon Arts Centre

24 Nov – MIDDLESBROUGH – The Keys

25 Nov – ABERDEEN – Café Drummond

26 Nov – DUNDEE – Beat Generator

27 Nov – ULLAPOOL – The Arch Inn

28 Nov – STORNOWAY – Woodlands Centre

29 Nov – INVERNESS – Mad Hatters

30 Nov – EDINBURGH – Electric Circus

01 Dec – NEWCASTLE – Head of Steam

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