TRAAMS return with their first new music in nearly five years: ‘The Greyhound’

The near 10 minute fizzer features an appearance from Black Country, New Road’s Lewis Evans)

Returning after nearly five years, TRAAMS have kicked in the front door with the rollicking new epic ‘The Greyhound’

Full of shuffling sounds, wired guitars and overflowing walls of sound – it captures a band well and truly back in the mixer. Featuring an appearance from Black Country, New Road saxophonist Lewis Evans, it’s set to be just the beginning for the returning Chichester trio.

‘The Greyhound’ is set to be the first of three new tracks to be released over the coming months. TRAAMS’ last material was 2016’s standalone track ‘A House On Fire’, following on from two hugely acclaimed studio albums in 2013’s ‘Grin’ and 2015’s ‘Modern Dancing’.

So something to look forward to eh?!

Check out ‘The Greyhound’ below:

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