Northern newcomers Priestgate have dropped a new single, ‘Some Things Never Change’.
It is the Yorkshire five-piece’s first release since their debut EP, ‘Eyes Closed For The Winter’, which dropped back in March. In a 4-star review, Dork said that the release embodied, “that timeless feel of a gang ready to take on all comers.” You can check out the full review here, or read through frontman Rob Schofield’s track-by-track breakdown here.
Priestgate’s new discography addition, ‘Some Things Never Change’, reflects on living through adolescence away from the bright lights. On the track, Schofield states: “Change has been a theme through our tracks, and the more I thought about that the more I understood that not everything does. This song is the opposite of our previous work in that sense, it’s quite literal, some things never change.”
The single has arrived with a black-and-white cinematic accompaniment, directed by Luke Hallet.
You can listen to ‘Some Things Never Change’ here, and check out the new music video below:
Priestgate continue to tour the UK this year, including a LIFE support slot at London’s Scala tomorrow, October 12th. Tickets are available here, with full dates as follows:
12 London, Scala ^
15 Norwich, Wild Paths Festival
22 Cardiff, SWN Festival
5 Brighton, Mutations Festival
12 Glasgow, Great Western Festival
24 Newcastle, Live at Central *
17 Hull, Social
*supporting Pale Waves