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SPINN return with dreamy new single ‘Stuck On A Feeling’

It’s the Liverpudlian’s first new music since 2019’s self-titled debut album
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Published: 1:34 pm, June 17, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
SPINN return with dreamy new single ‘Stuck On A Feeling’

SPINN are back - revealing new single ‘Stuck On A Feeling’

A grooving number full of daydream-wonder and uplifting indie-pop sprinkles, it’s a glorious trip into the starry-eyed indie that first sprung into view with the likes of Swim Deep and Peace

Speaking about the track, SPINN lead singer Johnny Quinn explains: “I've recently been struggling to get asleep a lot, which to be honest I'm kind of new to, so at first it was such a frustrating and anxiety inducing thing, that I felt I had to write about it. This song is like a prayer for sleep, although I think when you listen to it, you'll find the music itself has the opposite effect.”

‘Stuck On A Feeling’ is the first new music from SPINN since last year’s self-titled debut album, with the band currently set to play at the new rescheduled dates for Liverpool Sound City and Hit The North in October

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