Accompanied by a fantastic video, rising Bristolian emo heroes Pushing Daises have just unveiled their latest single ‘Picture Frame’. The release comes ahead of a bustling schedule for the group, with a new album and tour dates coming shortly.
On the new single, vocalist Bert Martinez-Cowles notes: "It relates to the death of family members and how short life can be. Those unexpected tragedies and illnesses that occur and can really take effect on how people perceive life and the effects it has on the people who were closest to them."
The release comes after their 2016 EP, Stay Sad, which helped solidify their status within the UK emo scene. The group have toured extensively with the likes Dearist, Better Than Never and Beaumont, along with securing support slots for As It Is, Pity Sex, Foxing and The Hotelier. Their momentum is definitely set to continue and they will be ones to watch this year.
Pushing Daises will also play a special hometown show supporting emo legends The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die alongside Kamikaze Girls on Saturday 11th March at Thekla, Bristol. Tickets are available here.