The alternative rockers from Coatbridge have blessed music fans with the final tease to their upcoming EP – What Was That Supposed to Mean? 

Following on from the immense success of their electrifying performance at SWG3 supporting The Dunts, Voodoos have recently  released their third single ‘Going South’ in suspense of their second EP becoming available to stream on July 3rd.

The unsigned Glasgow talent display an array of clear influences on their latest track most notably including Fur and The Strokes, captivating the feeling of a summer road trip with friends through an infectious chorus and optimistic chord progressions.

If you’re a fan of Voodoos’ polished mellow sound, be sure to check out their website which is currently offering a limited range of t-shirts and an exclusive white vinyl of their upcoming EP!

Check out Voodoos tearing it up at SWG3!

Lyrically, ‘Going South’ explores the relatable theme of a failing relationship that is ultimately deemed to end. The punk inspired usage of chords is complimented by a chunky rocking bass line, solidifying the tune together with an overall positive and refreshing sound – a complete contrast to the pessimistic lyrics. 

‘Going South’ yet again impresses fans of all music, reiterating their position as one of the most talented and versatile acts of the infamous Glasgow music scene. Long time fans of the 4- piece and general music goers will share the same excitement to catch this tune live at their next headline show.

Indulge yourself in heavenly punk rock with ‘Going South’ below.