Saint Agnes reveal latest single off upcoming debut album

Garage-rock galore in the shape of Move Like A Ghost – check it out! 

Following the announcement of a UK headline tour for October, rising garage-rock four piece Saint Agnes release Move Like A Ghost, the latest offering from their debut album Welcome To Silvertown, out 3 May via Death Or Glory Gang Records.

The groups previous single, Welcome To Silvertown – self released on Death Or Glory Gang Records – certainly wet the appetite of fans, marking their first track to surpass one million streams on Spotify. Now, the eagerly anticipated UK tour will see the group take their raucous live show to Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Sheffield, and London’s Dingwalls on 24 October, marking their largest headline show in the city to date.

A live favourite, Move Like A Ghost sees psychedelic organ tones and howling riffs collide atop a thunderous rhythm section. Speaking of the track’s muse, the band said, “we talk to ourselves all the time and tend to be harder on ourselves than any stranger would be. The ghost in this song is a manifestation of the voice that highlights your worst insecurities and deepest fears and dances around you, accompanying you through everything you do”.

Self-produced, and engineered by Luke Oldfield (The Wytches, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats), Saint Agnes’ debut album captures true rebel heart and energy. Musically unshackled and ferocious in its intensity, Welcome To Silvertown fuses menacing, frenzied rock with dark anthemic flare. Born in a dingy sub-zero flat, the album is rife with themes of wild fantasy, escapism, emotional fragility and the inside-outs of living in East London’s district of Silvertown. Now in 2019, the gates of Saint Agnes’s quasi-fictional sin city are flung open.

Saint Agnes autumn UK headline tour:
16 October – Jimmy’s, Manchester
17 October – Broadcast, Glasgow
18 October – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
19 October – Arts Club, Liverpool
24 October – Dingwalls, London
26 October – Record Junkee, Sheffield

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