Safe To Swim premiere new single, ‘Pretty In The Morning’

"The morning is always a strange time for me," says frontman Jim.
Ahead of their upcoming tour with The Night Cafe, Brighton boys Safe To Swim have dropped their second single ‘Pretty In The Morning’ – have a listen below, first on Dork. A jangling, sweeping indie juxtaposition, it’s an instantly relatable track born from feeling a bit glum first thing. We’ve all been there, right?

Speaking about the track, lead singer Jim Filippides says: “The morning is always a strange time for me. For some reason, I’ve always felt a bit down whenever I wake up and usually spend that part of the day reflecting on events that happened the night before or just generally in the past. I wrote this song one morning last Summer when I was feeling vulnerable, ashamed and fed up with the way my life was going.”

The four-piece are on tour from 1st May, with a run that kicks off at Birmingham’s Hare & Hounds and includes a stop at London’s Dingwalls. Find their full list of dates after the jump.

Catch Safe To Swim on tour with The Night Cafe:


01 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds

02 Oxford, The Bullingdon

03 London, Dingwalls

04 Norwich, The Waterfront

25 Glasgow, Stereo

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