October Drift premiere new track ‘Cherry Red’

New EP 'This Is Nowhere' arrives in a few weeks.
Somerset quartet October Drift are back with a new EP; ‘This Is Nowhere’ will land on 7th October via Bad Rival Records.

Before then, the band are previewing their release with ‘Cherry Red’, which is a bit White Lies, a bit Editors, a bit The National – and you can hear it below, first on Dork.

Frontman Kiran Roy says: “It’s about knowing where you want to get to and trying to find the path there, even if that means other roads get closed off.”

October Drift are off on tour from next month, kicking off with a set at Southsea Fest in Portsmouth. Catch them at:


01 Portsmouth, Southsea Fest

08 Middlesborough, Twisterella

09 Matlock, Twenty Ten

10 Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge

11 London, Shacklewell Arms

13 Exeter, Exeter Cavern

14 Oxford, What Became Of Us

15 Leicester, What Became Of Us

16 Bedford, Esquires

18 Liverpool, East Village Arts Club

19 Glasgow, Nice ‘N’ Sleazy

20 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club

21 Scunthorpe, The Lincoln Imp

22 Sheffield, Plug

Pre-order ‘This Is Nowhere’ here.

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