Leatherneck have announced a new single set for digital release on January 27th. The two-track release will also feature as part of a discography tape being released in February.
The band finished 2016 by releasing their EP ‘Lighting Up The Tilt Sign’ through Close to Home, along with two attached music videos – one for ‘Caffeine’, the other for ‘Coma’ which was directed by Boston Manor’s Henry Cox.
With the band’s next EP seemingly set to take a slight departure from their usual sound, they wanted to release ‘Vincent / Pale Horse’ as a suitable bridge between the old and new material and if it’s any indication of where they could be heading, I think it’s about time to get excited.
On the release, guitarist Alex Sylt had the following to say:
"These two tunes are nothing too new for us as we’ve been playing them for probably close to a year now, but they are definitely a perfect bridge to the material we’re writing currently.
Similar to our last single the songs relate closely to people we know well and the tales span around them, written before our tour last year they’ve become a mainstay in our set ever since.
With our current line up change complete and a new EP almost under our belt we’ll be tying up all our past material on a limited ed. discography tape containing the 'Monochrome/Derailed' single, 'Lighting Up the Tilt Sign' EP and the freshly released 'Vincent / Pale Horse' single. The discography tape will be released mid-late February, numbered, hand screen-printed and released on Split Ear Records."
Until the 27th, you can listen to the band's latest released, 'Lighting Up The Tilt Sign', in full below: