Southend’s rising four piece The Collier have released new single ‘Falling Out Of The Bed’ this past Friday.
Produced by Ali Staton (Madonna, Pulp, PJ Harvey) and recorded at Rockfield Studios (where Queen recorded ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’) the track talks about the weight of worry that relationships can carry.
Raw, and a little bit in your face, the track likens the feeling of shock or panic felt in a relationship to the feeling of falling out of bed and even as it touches on a somewhat sensitive topic the band expertly juxtaposes an upbeat, catchy melody with a touchy subject.
The indie rock quartet comprising of Joshua Hixson (lead vocals and rhythm guitar), Ellis Davis (backing vocals and lead guitar), Shaun Bowie (bass) and George Rutherford (Drums), draws influence from leading rock figures stretching from The National, to Sun Kil Moon, to Radiohead, to Biffy Clyro, and ahead of their yet-to-be announced live dates, this infectious single, which follows previous releases ‘Loose Hearts’ and ‘Easy To Love’ that received praise from BBC Introducing, is a powerful return for The Collier setting them up for an exciting 2019.
Listen to ‘Falling Out of The Bed’ here: