Silver Coast are set to release debut single ‘Believe’ on the 3rd of March.

Michael Cappie - Drums & Percussion
Michael Cappie – Drums & Percussion

Silver Coast formed in late 2012 and started gigging around their home city of Inverness from May 2013. Silver Coast quickly caught the imagination of local audiences. Following on from strong performances at The Ironworks that included supporting Fatherson and King Charles, the band have set their sights on the rest of Scotland with a relentless desire to get noticed outside of their hometown.

The band’s first release of 2014 will be the single ‘Believe’ on Monday March 3rd for free download which will be supported by a series of live dates across Scotland. The dates will start with the single launch at Mad Hatters, where they will be joined by very special guests, Searching For Donkeys.

‘Believe’ was recorded in legendary Glasgow studio CaVa Sound, which was recently used for Paolo Nutini and Twin Atlantic.

Silver Coast 11Aaron Murray frontman of the band and songwriter said about the single; “Believe is a song that is written about two people who love each other but have both had difficult lives and this puts strain on their relationship, to the point where they need time apart to learn to appreciate one another. It’s all about learning to trust each other, taking that big step and putting faith in someone you feel so much towards.”

Silver Coast will play the following places throughout March and April:

Friday March 7th – Mad Hatters, Inverness
Tuesday March 18th – Glachbeg, Munlochy (Acoustic Set)
Friday March 21st – Crofters Bar, Fort William
Saturday March 22nd – British Legion Fundraiser, Beauly
Friday April 11th – Cast The Net at Buff Club, Glasgow
Saturday April 12th – Café Drummonds, Aberdeen

More shows to be announced.

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