Single Review | Rodeo Club | Promises

Rodeo Club’s debut single Promises is a fresh indie number that highlights the uniqueness of the Glasgow five-piece’s sound. The song explores the theme of an unsteady relationship that one hopes will improve but eventually realizes it’s best to end. Produced by Blair Crichton at Glasgow’s 45 A-Side Recordings studio, it’s a powerful track. Rodeo Club have already played at esteemed venues like Òran Mór and sold out a show at the legendary King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut despite their short time on the live circuit.

Promises is an in-your-face indie feel-good tune, with relatable lyrics, vibrant guitar runs, and commanding drums, the track makes for a strong debut release from the Glasgow band. Catch them at their headline gig @ Audio on the 22nd of April.

The band consists of Lucy, who leads on vocals, Danny on lead guitar, Dean on rhythm guitar, Paul on drums, and Jordan on bass. Their sound is a unique and difficult-to-define blend of indie, rock, and pop, reflecting the diverse musical backgrounds and influences of each band member. For fans of bands like Wolf Alice!

On the release of the track lead singer Lucy said, “It feels very surreal finally releasing our first song as a band, we are so proud of the single and we’ve worked really hard on it that we’re delighted to let everyone hear it.”

Check out Rodeo Club’s debut single below and socials for tickets to their upcoming headline show!

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