Following support from the BBC Radio One Rock Show for their previous single ‘Miss You To Death’, Aberdeen-based rock band Cold Years are today pleased to reveal the new video for their latest single ‘What I Lost’.
The track is the latest to be revealed from new EP ‘Northern Blue’ which is set for release on 2nd March 2018 via German independent label Homebound Records and available to preorder now: http://stuff.homebound-records.de
Shot on location at Codona’s Amusement Park in Aberdeen, the video sees two teenage runaways break into an empty theme park and the two of them looking back on what transpired that night.
Commenting on the track, front man Ross Gordon said: “The song is about looking back at previous relationships, and how they ended up failing. Although it’s also a kind of positive thing because it’s about looking forward to what the future holds and what I learned from those experiences.”
Cold Years hit the road on a run of UK tour dates in February 2018 with friends 13 Crowes, as well as a stint of headline shows throughout Germany this April (full details below).
Already touted as ones to watch in the national rock press by the likes of Rock Sound, Kerrang! Magazine, Team Rock, The Scottish Sun and Upset, the new EP is picking up a slew of early online praise ahead of release.
Northern Blue is released 2nd March 2018 via Homebound Records
COLD YEARS 2018 Tour Dates:
7th Feb – Glasgow – Broadcast (UK) *
8th Feb – Edinburgh – Sneaky Pete’s (UK) *
9th Feb – Carlisle – The Source Collective (UK) *
10th Feb – Workington – Lounge 41 (UK) *
17th Apr – Hamburg – Astra Strube Musikkultur (DE)
18th Apr – Berlin – Musik & Frieden (DE)
20th Apr – Trier – Lucky’s Luke (DE)
21st Apr – Hannover – Kulturzentrum Faust (DE)
23rd Apr – Koln – Blue Shell (DE)
24th Apr – Munster – Sputnikhalle (DE)