UK Artist of the Week: Crawford Mack

Brighten up your day with Glasgow’s Crawford Mack and his infectious new single “Kicks,” out now.

You can’t go wrong with a classic slice of indie-rock can you really? Crawford Mack knows this and his latest release “Kicks” certainly is no exception. The new single is a sparkling, spangling indie-rock track that is bound to get your toes tapping in no time. Mack states some of his influences as the likes of Franz Ferdinand and Pulp and we can certainly hear those legendary artists creeping through as “Kicks” kicks off (sorry, we’ll stop).

Talking about the single, Mack explains, “I was out for a walk in Victoria Park and got caught by a wave of optimism by seeing a group of people hanging out with a speaker blaring Franz Ferdinand. I was actually taking a break from writing a slightly darker song, came back and changed the whole thing!”

Crawford Mack is a Glaswegian at heart but he currently resides in London. To celebrate the release, Crawford plays a headline London show at The Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston. Tickets are here.

“Kicks” is in stores now.

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