ARTIST OF THE WEEK: No.431 - The Royston Club

After establishing themselves with a flurry of notable festival appearances at Reading & Leeds, Y Not, Neighbourhood and more last year, The Royston Club are back once again to deliver their anthemic new single 'Shallow Tragedy'.

Lifted from their eagerly-awaited debut album 'Shaking Hips And Crashing Cars', which is set to land on the 2nd June, 'Shallow Tragedy' sees them continue that fresh and euphoric indie-rock aesthetic they are building for themselves. Jam-packed with killer hooks, stellar grooves, and instantly infectious vocals layered throughout, this lot are set to become one of the more talked-about names for the year ahead.

Speaking about the new offering, songwriter Ben Matthias said, "It's a look back at the cracks and faults that never show until the end of the line. Still, despite this, when confronted with the daunting reality of being alone even the most troubled relationship can seem comforting. When grieving the end of something, all the emotion that used to pour into it no longer has a place to go and vagrant love is the saddest kind."

Check out the new video for 'Shallow Tragedy' in the player below.