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The Wytches are BACK with new track ‘Cowboy’

It’s their first new music in nearly four years
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Published: 12:03 pm, June 10, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
The Wytches are BACK with new track ‘Cowboy’

The Wytches are BACK, revealing brand new number ‘Cowboy’

Nearly four years on from the release of their second album ‘All Your Happy Life’, ‘Cowboy’ is a welcoming crescendo back into their world - more ramshackle and hypnotising than ever before but packing that underbelly of darkness that made The Wytches such buzzy favourites

Back feeling “re-energised and rejuvenated”, frontman Kristian Bell explains how their drummer leaving left them at a crossroads. “We were disheartened by the whole thing. All the work that goes into getting a band off its feet and into the public felt like something we’d have to try all over again. For a period I was losing interest. We were going through the motions but now things feel right again.”

Speaking about ‘Cowboy’, Kristian explains: "It's a song about attempting to return to a better state of mind. ‘Cowboy’ was a holding place title as it seemed like a riff that a cowboy would enjoy. It had 4 or 5 different verses and structures before the final recorded version and by then the name had stuck.”

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