Pylon Poets are an Alternative Rock band from Torquay, Devon, UK.
Dan Hughes – Vocals, Guitars, Synths
Sam McIver – Drums, Backing Vocals
Nathan Hughes – Bass, Backing Vocals
With two previous UK tours and an array of festival appearances, the band has shared festival stages with artists such as Reef, GUN , Fun Lovin ‘Criminals and Scouting for Girls.
This band is making a name for itself and has already shared various stages with musicians such as Reef, GUN and Scouting for Girls, just to name a few.
Their sound is inspired by rock, synth and high energy bands and is still unique. With their diverse repertoire of songs about love, politics and topics that affect the modern world, they are always up to date with their music and thus reach an ever-growing audience. And that is what the new EP “Lucid Hallucinations” is about, the situation in the world, mental health and dream states.
A four track EP about dreams, hope and the courage to keep going, to stand together and not give up. Strong lyrics that make you think, impressive melodies and an absolutely impressive sound make this EP really something special that you shouldn’t miss!
All four tracks were recorded throughout 2020 producing three singles. ‘Breathe’ was the first single to be released in March, followed in July by ‘Abandon’ which gained radio play on ‘Planet Rock Radio’ and ‘Emerging Rock Bands Radio’ amongst other radio stations. The latest single ‘Rise and Call’ was released on the 6th November with a powerful, thought provoking video to accompany it portraying the year as it happened. Opening track ‘Reverie’ has been teased at live shows since its creation and is an unheard track to many which will be followed by a music video that will be released on the day of the EP release.
Released on December 18th, it is now available on all major platforms.
The new EP ‘Lucid Hallucinations’ was recorded by Barnaby Ray at Momentum Studios in Plymouth and mixed and mastered by Josiah J Manning (Kris Barras Band, Moriaty, Wille and the Bandits, Ethyrfield, Jack J Hutchinson).