Indie-rock quartet Strange Dimensions, hailing from Greenock, Scotland, are making waves once again with their latest single, ‘To Stay’. Following the success of their 2022 release, ‘Acting Too Soon On It’, the new track promises to kickstart the band’s 2023 endeavours in style.

Although the group only formed a month before the first lockdown, they have made a name for themselves in the Scottish music scene. They have already shared stages with notable acts such as Kyle Falconer, The K’s, Vistas, Spyres, and The Shambolics.

‘To Stay’ builds on the same central theme of ‘Acting Too Soon On It’, which navigates the unknowns around not being ready to take action on a decision. To Stay explores the after-effects of what would happen if you lost out instead. A great track and a great easter egg in the bands story. The song and its significance shows a more mature Strange Dimensions, showcasing the band’s growth as they kick off their 2023.

The track features fast paced drums mixed with electric guitar, instantly blending into an indie banger. The catchy chorus is perfected by frontman Paul Leslie’s vocals layered with the choppy guitar chords. The track is another brilliant release from the band, further demonstrating their natural talent as an indie outfit.

Produced by Bruce Rintoul, who has previously worked with Twin Atlantic and Fatherson, ‘To Stay’ boasts the same effortless energy that has come to define Strange Dimensions’ music. The band’s range and maturity have significantly improved, as evidenced in their latest offering.

The group’s live performances have also been turning heads, with appearances at festivals such as Summer Nights at Glasgow’s legendary King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut and the Tenement Trail in 2022.

Check out Strange Dimensions latest single, To Stay, below!

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