Tail Feather’s latest video makes them look like they actually live in the forest it was filmed in (for years, needing a wash) but track ‘Spellbinder brings awesome psychedelia together with yearning 80s groovy solos: an exciting throwback combination for a band you need to keep an eye out for. The band’s music is recorded to cassette (woo, analogue), and nods to influences ranging from Pink Floyd to Peter Green’s era Fleetwod Mac to Neil Young.

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The band are currently working with producer Graham Dominy (Robert Plant, Ray Davies), with the new single ‘Spellbinder’ to be the first release from those recordings and out this week.

In-between studio sessions, Tail Feather have also found time to hit the road as support for the likes of Wolf Alice, Tripwires and Babeshadow over the last year. The four-piece’s dynamic live shows following form rather than a set structure, and giving a freedom to the music that means no two sets are ever the same.

See the video for ‘Spellbinder’ here:

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