TUNE Thyla - Two Sense
“Their moody tracks sound like direct descendants of Cocteau Twins and The Cure” - Pitchfork
“These are the sort of songs that come out of nowhere and hit you upside the head” – Stereogum
“Super confident, self-assured and ready to take their place at the heart of UK indie’s new golden period” – Dork
“Their future looks pretty rosy from where we’re sitting” – NME
“Swooning, vintage indie-pop” – DIY
“The band are presenting themselves as a viable threat to inherit the UK’s indie crown” – The Line Of Best Fit
“Thyla have all the bearings of a band worth obsessing over” – Paste Magazine
“Squealing guitars…80s tinged, widescreen dream pop” – Brooklyn Vegan
Positioning themselves at the forefront of the emerging indie landscape, Brighton post-punks Thyla heralds the next stage of their remarkable development with explosive new cut "Two Sense".
The first track taken from their eagerly anticipated sophomore EP out early 2020, "Two Sense" showcases a band continuing to shift boundaries with their impeccable blend of dream pop, having already attracted glowing praise from all corners of the press (Pitchfork, Stereogum, NME, The Line Of Best Fit, Dork) and across the airwaves following the arrival of debut EP What’s On Your Mind? earlier this year.
Discussing their upcoming single, frontwoman Millie Duthie explained: “Two Sense is about the short-term sacrifices we make it order to create space for long-term gains. It’s a song about growing up and claiming your right to self-determination. We’re really proud of the direction we’ve taken both in terms of the writing and production, it feels like our boldest cut yet; the vocals are purposefully front and centre and the message is clear”.
The indie juggernauts have had a formidable 2019 on the road supporting the likes of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, in addition to capacity shows at The Great Escape, Live At Leeds and Hit The North, and will be embarking on their first full-length UK tour this October, including their biggest show to date at London’s Electrowerkz.
Thyla’s "Two Sense" is out now all digital platforms.
Thyla is Millie Duthie (vocals, guitar), Mitch Duce (guitar), Dan Hole (bass) and Danny Southwell (drums)