WHITE stream new EP ‘Cuts That Don’t Bleed’ in full

Want to take a look at their 'Private Lives'?
The debut EP from WHITE, ‘Cuts That Don’t Bleed’ “officially” lands tomorrow, Friday 4th November – but before then you can wrap your ears around the release in its entirety, as it’s premiering today on Dork.

The Glasgow band have already shared a few of the songs from the four-track release, with this being the first time fans can get a sneaky preview of the angular dance floor cool of opener, ‘Private Lives’.

“’Private Lives’ is about the ways people escape themselves, keeping their vices out of sight,” says Leo Condie of the track. “It’s about how nothing can truly be hidden away, and how maybe nobody wants to hide these things anymore…”

WHITE play their biggest headline show to date following the release, with a night at the O2 ABC in Glasgow on 16th December, alongside Baby Strange, The Ninth Wave and The Cut.

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