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Indie upstarts Vistas have debuted a brand new single, 'Teenage Blues'

It's set to appear on a debut album, due to drop next year.
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Published: 3:12 pm, November 26, 2019
Indie upstarts Vistas have debuted a brand new single, 'Teenage Blues'

Indie upstarts Vistas have debuted a brand new single.

Titled 'Teenage Blues', it tops off a big year for the Scottish trio, who have just finished up a sold out UK tour.

Speaking about the track, frontman Prentice Robertson explains: "Teenage Blues is a song about the transition from your teenage years into adulthood. The verses show a conversation between to people discussing all the changes that happen at this time of your life.

These are all problems that weigh on the mind of people trying to take the next steps in their lives, and the chorus addresses this. The chorus answers the fear of the changes by showing that there is a constant within them saying: "I will always be there”. "

'Teenage Blues' is set to appear on Vista's debut album, which is set to arrive next year. More on that is promised 'soon'.

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