The track was produced by MyRiot (Aurora, Rae Morris, London Grammar) and demonstrates a powerful step forward in the group's songwriting whilst still maintaining an understated elegance that makes them such an exciting proposition.

Singer Molly Puckering on the track: “I often feel like I’m coasting through life and ‘going through the motions’ of it all. I think I find it quite easy to become disengaged and disassociated from what I’m doing and I can slip into repetitive behaviours that aren’t benefiting me. This song is about those moments when you need that other person to pull you out from that place. Someone else who can offer that new perspective you desperately need.”

Peakes make loneliness feel like the most seductive experience in the world. True outsiders, the Leeds based three-piece match their precocious musicality with ambient electronics and surging melodies, to create a divine sense of sound and space.

The trio are embarking on their first ever headline UK tour in September, tickets are available here.

September
14 - Hyde Park Book Club - Leeds
15 - The Castle Hotel - Manchester
16 - The Crofters Rights - Bristol
17 - The Social - London
20 - The Prince Albert - Brighton
22 - The Polar Bear - Hull

On The Other Side is out now on Practise Music.