British pop band Club Drive have released their brand new single ‘Spare Time’, which is out now via NUA Entertainment.
‘Spare Time’ follows the 2016 release of their debut EP ‘Dangerous’ and sees the band deliver their finest track to date. A massive pop anthem, it places them shoulder to shoulder with the song writing prowess of pop rock artists such as One Republic, Maroon 5 and DNCE.
Already making a name for themselves across social media and with a fast-expanding – and very fervent – fan base, Club Drive have captured the interest of Radio 1s BBC Introducing team where ‘Dangerous’ was featured across the Introducing network as ‘Track of The Week’.
The four-piece played a sold-out intimate EP launch show at The Islington in September last year, alongside a main stage slot at Liverpool’s Fusion Festival with the likes of Craig David and Jason Derulo.
2017 will see the band taking on their first national headline tour, playing three cities across the country, as well as festival appearances at ‘The Great Escape’, ‘Lovebox’, ‘Live at Leeds’ and a main stage slot at this year’s ‘Standon Calling’.
March 14th – London, The Garage
March 18th – Manchester, Sound Control
March 21st – Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
April 29th – Live at Leeds
May 18th-20th – The Great Escape, Brighton
July 14th-15th – Lovebox Festival, London
July 27th-30th – Standon Calling, Hertfordshire
You can listen to the track below: