Krooked Tongue Premieres New Song “When The Beaches Bleed” on BBC Music Introducing
- Back in February, Bristol-based alt-rock trio Krooked Tongue, consisting of Oli Rainsford (Vocals/Bass), Dan Smith (Guitar), Harry Pritchard (Drums), released their much-anticipated debut 4-track EP “No Vacancy Hotel”.
After the release of the EP, the trio kept a busy creating their music, and premiered a new song “When The Beaches Bleed” on BBC Music Introducing in the West.
The song encapsulates the absurd fragility of life, personified in this story amongst the realm of big wave surfing.
It was written by Oliver Rainsford, Harry Pritchard and Dan Smith.
Oli Rainsford said of the song, “Beaches, to me, is the ultimate homage to something I've always been in awe of. Big wave surfing is next level crazy and it's an art that carries with it, high risk. This song is a tip of the hat but also, I think, doubles as a notion to not be scared to take risks and also not to fear failure. It's a cosmic 'fuck you, try it again' that we often need to be encouraged to carry out. Confidence is key.”
- Photo by Kieran at GLK Media
- source : BBC