Safe To Swim
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Drawing influence from The Strokes, The Cure and The Pixies, Safe to Swim have made quite a splash since joining the scene. Releasing their debut single \\'Struggling\\' in early 2017, the Brighton based Indie quartet have received attention from mainstream music media such as NME, DIY, and Clash. The band quickly amassed a cult following after tackling their hometown\\'s competitive music scene, leading to support slots for the likes of The DMA\\'s, Anteros, All Tvvins, as well as tours with The Night Cafe and BLOXX. Furthermore, the band have performed at many leading U.K festivals such as Truck festival, Y not and The Great Escape.
The Brighton Indie- rockers have also been featured on radio shows such as BBC Introducing the South hosted by Melita Dennett and also BBC Introducing Kent hosted by Abbie McCarthy.
Their latest release \\'Boyfriend\\' recently got placed onto Spotify\\'s \\'Indie list\\' playlist and has received great reviews with Gigwise listing Safe To Swim as one of their \\'2018 Ones to Watch\\'. The group are currently working on a brand new E.P set for release in Spring 2018.
“On debut single ‘Struggling’, Brighton quartet Safe To Swim are making us feel some big feelings all over again. There’s a little of Peace’s epic indie fervour in the needling guitar solo, a little of fellow sea-siders The Magic Gang in the opening verse, a little of big hitters Circa Waves in its arena baiting ambition. But really, ‘Struggling’ is its own beast - a soaring, stupidly catchy, stupidly massive hit that shows its owners aren’t here to piss about.” - DIY
“Safe to Swim stand out with their catchy vocals, giddy synth hooks and shredding guitars\\" - NME
\\"The four-piece have already honed their imitable strand of indie and are capable of crafting songs of anthemic proportions\\" - Gigwise
\\"The band have remarkable potential, fusing an epic sound with songwriting that relies in a quite personal touch.\\" - Dork
List of Upcoming shows:
28th February - The Hope and Ruin (Brighton) - Supporting Strong Asian Mothers
17th March - Green Door Store (Brighton) - Supporting Outlya