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Tracers share electric debut with 'Push And Shove'



Glasgow's indie-alt-rock scene is about to experience a seismic shift with the release of Tracers' debut single, "Push And Shove". This electrifying track serves as a tantalizing preview of their forthcoming debut EP, promising an exhilarating journey into the heart of their musical universe.


Comprised of a trio of dynamic talents, Tracers has been making waves in the local scene with their explosive live performances. From sharing stages with acclaimed acts like Covasettes and Arcade State to selling out headline shows at prestigious venues such as 'The Garage' and Broadcast, the band has quickly garnered attention for their infectious energy and undeniable stage presence.


Recorded at iconic studios Abbey Road and Metropolis, and meticulously produced and mastered by Tayte Nickols and Sugarhouse respectively, "Push And Shove" captures the essence of Tracers' live performances while showcasing their prowess as songwriters. The track pulsates with biting guitar riffs, driving basslines, and punchy drums, creating a high-octane indie backdrop that sets the stage for the band's urgent lead vocals to soar above.


What sets Tracers apart is their ability to create anthemic melodies that stick with you long after the music stops. Layered vocals add depth and intensity to the track, transforming it into a stadium-filling anthem that demands to be sung along to.


In their own words, Tracers describe "Push And Shove" as a "feel-good, sing-along indie anthem" that serves as a sonic backbone for the good times. Indeed, the track is infused with a sense of camaraderie and celebration, inviting listeners to lose themselves in its infectious rhythm and uplifting melodies.


As Tracers gear up for the release of their debut EP, fans can expect even more electrifying tunes that push the boundaries of indie-alt-rock. With upcoming headline shows at Audio, Glasgow on March 21st and Flying Duck, Glasgow on June 7th, the band is sure to solidify their reputation as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from the Glasgow music scene.





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