RODEO CLUB release catchy indie tune ‘Out of Sight’ ahead of their upcoming headline show at King Tut’s on Saturday 19th August.

Showcasing influences of varied genres, a distorted bite reminiscent of Wolf Alice is most prominent within Rodeo Club’s ‘Out of Sight’, using feedback and crunchy guitars combined with melodic vocals to create their heaviest release to date. The track builds on the steady momentum sparked from ‘Lost It’, made available just two weeks prior. Collectively, these two singles allow for audiences to gain an understanding of the quintet’s diversified balance of indie pop and almost garage-esque grunge rock.

Singer Lucy Anderson comments, “Out of Sight is about a relationship that has not always been smooth sailing but there’s always a reason that you go back to each other! We absolutely love this song and we think it’s the best one we written so far, we’re very proud of it! We are really enjoying writing and playing live, we’re hoping to continue building on our sound and play some bigger shows.”

A headline slot at the Summer Nights festival held at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut follows their last appearance at the iconic venue in support of New Town. Saturday’s headliner sees Rodeo Club playing alongside Canongate, Leisureland and Skylounge.

Listen to ‘Out of Sight’ below.

Photo by Callum Gibbs.