Formed in 2013, The Pylons create what Scouting For Girls Roy Stride calls warm life affirming indie music. After a band reshuffle in 2018, the boys released their first single in September 2018 and embarked on a tour including shows in Newcastle and Leeds. With the summer coming to a close, the group are ready to release their latest single to the world, hoping to capture the attention of new listeners in the coming months.

Comprised of Crosby Stewart (vocals, guitar) Alex Dalton (guitar) Phil Gale (bass, saxophone) Joe Davies (keyboard, trumpet) and Joey Walker (drums), The Pylons journey has been full of peaks and troughs, from a Glastonbury set in 2016 to a near hiatus two years after. The new lineup in April 2018 brought fresh ideas, leading to their first in a set of three singles: Creatures. Drawing comparisons to early Bon Iver and Novo Amor respectively, shows across the UK followed a campaign of releases, ending with a taste of indie-pop from Monochrome. As a B side on their two-track February release Float Away, the emotion within the harmonies that crescendo at the end of Remember Me deserves an honourable mention. With loads of content in the pipeline and shows lined up in the future, the boys are ready to hit fans with new exhilarating music.