GLASWEGIAN bedroom rock trio Dutch Wine share dreamy new single ‘Undone’.

Formed by shimmering guitars and vulnerable lyricism, the bass-driven track came to light after the group relocated out of their DIY storage unit studio. This decision allowed for a fresh perspective on their writing process, resulting in fresh material.  Succeeding ‘Brace’ released earlier in August, ‘Undone’ showcases the three-piece’s intentions to follow up their acclaimed tune with their most refined sound yet.

Last year saw the trio release two EPs amidst three sold out hometown headline shows as well as festival appearances and support slots – all within their first full year of gigging.

Luc Grindle comments on the inspiration behind the track: “This song started with a demo I had for ages. About half a song. I showed it to Chris and we worked on it a bit together. The most important element of the song is that bass riff alongside the guitar sample, so that was kept from the old demo and we grew the song from there. It really symbolises a fork in the road for us as a new way of writing and recording songs together. It’s brought out a confidence to experiment with some new sounds in the future.”

Up next for Dutch Wine is a support slot for Last Boy at The Voodoo Rooms on October 20th.

Photos by Rosie Sco and Iain Stott.