After recently returning with their brilliant comeback single 'The World's Biggest Paving Slab' earlier this year, English Teacher are back once again with another brand new cut.
The new track 'Nearly Daffodils' marks their second piece of new material since their highly-praised debut EP 'Polyawkward' last year, and sees them continue more of that innovative indie-rock aesthetic they are known for.
Speaking about the new offering, the band's Lily Fontaine said, “‘Nearly Daffodils’ is about heartbreak and acceptance of unfulfilled potential. How, no matter how much you may want something, no matter how much effort you may put into something’s growth or development, no matter how beautiful you can envision its fruition; life is a bitch and about as unstoppable as a freight train”.
Have a listen to 'Nearly Daffodils' in the player below.