‘Jessica, won’t you see me at my show’
Coming together in 2019 (ahead of supporting New Hope Club on their first official 2019 tour) and rapidly placing their mark on the music scene – delivering a series of fantastic covers, from Harry Styles to The 1975 to MGK; The Tyne are an exciting new three-piece, alternative pop-punk band, hailing from the UK, comprised of members Ryan Lofthouse (vocals) Cooper Stout (Bass) and Joshua James (Guitar). With their vibrant energy and impactful lyrics, the band have been breathing a breath of fresh air into the UK alternative music scene and honing their unique sound and artistry. Rapidly going from strength to strength, The Tyne are set for an exciting year ahead and have started 2022 off strong. And today, they release their brand new debut single, JESSICA, ahead of their UK ‘Talking In My Sleep’ Tour that kicks off later this month.
Already having teased their brand new single, with a brief acoustic version that they dropped on YouTube last week, JESSICA is a bold and vibrant pop-punk track that will no doubt have you up on your feet. Opening with some punchy vocals from lead singer Ryan, the track instantly dives into an up-tempo and addictive soundscape; filled with hard-hitting and rhythmic guitar lines that run throughout. Delivering a captivating and anthemic vibe, JESSICA is the perfect taste of what’s to come from the talented trio. Adding to the release, the band also dropped a stunning new music video alongside the track that captures the band vibing out to the music. Directed by Dean Sherwood, the visuals are dynamic, effortlessly cool, and perfectly reflect the energy of the track.
Talking about the single, and what the track means to them, the band explain:
“We’re really proud of this track and we hope you guys love it as much as we do! Everything we’ve done so far has been leading up to this moment and we couldn’t be more excited!”
To keep up with The Tyne, and their rapidly rising journey, make sure to find the band on all their socials:
Photo Cred: @James Kellegher