The Wytches announce new single ‘Burn Out The Bruise’ — listen here

The Wytches by Emma Swann

Countdown to The Wytches debut album keeping you restless? Here’s something to satisfy that craving for now — the band have unveiled their new single, the darkly hypnotic ‘Burn Out The Bruise’, out on 1st September on limited 7″ vinyl (keep eyes peeled for preorder details).


Time to crank up the volume…


2 — Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
10 — Beacons Festival, Yorkshire
16 – Oslo, London (with The Growlers)
17 – The Fleece, Bristol (with The Growlers)
18 – Kazimier, Liverpool (with The Growlers)
19 – Concorde 2, Brighton (with The Growlers)
22 – Leeds Festival
24 – Reading Festival
27 – Rough Trade East In-Store
29 — End of the Road Festival, Dorset
31 — Bingley Music Live, Yorkshire

7 – Bestival, Isle of Wight
14 – On Blackheath Festival, London

“They’re equal parts sordid, spiteful and slightly damaged” (NME)

The Wytches inject their misery with a little “Miserlou” and ride an ocean wave awash with oil spills and blackened birds.” (Pitchfork)

’Annabel Dream Reader’ is heavy, wavy; you’ll feel very high and a little sick.” (Crack Magazine)

The Wytches have announced details of their new single. ‘Burn Out The Bruise’ will be released through Heavenly Recordings on 1st September.

Available on limited 7” and download, it also features the b-side ‘Darker’. The new single was recorded at Toe Rag studios and co-produced by Kristian Bell and Bill Ryder-Jones.

Burn Out The Bruise’ is taken from their forthcoming debut album ‘Annabel Dream Reader’ which will be released on 25th August.

Listen to ‘Burn Out The Bruise’ here –

Following The Wytches debut US performance at SXSW in March, the band have made their return to the US this month to support both METZ and Cloud Nothings on an extensive tour. The band return to the UK in August for a string of dates with The Growlers and various festivals including Beacons, Reading and Leeds and End Of The Road.

Formed in Brighton in 2011, The Wytches have released four highly acclaimed singles: Beehive Queen and Robe For Juda, both released through Hate Hate Hate Records and sold-out picking up multiple plays at radio in the process. This was followed by Gravedweller, the first single released through their new label Heavenly Recordings and their most recent single Wire Frame Mattress.

The Wytches are: Kristian Bell (vocals / guitar / organ), Dan Rumsey (bassist) and Gianni Honey (drums).

For further information please contact:
Natalie Quesnel (print and online)
Carl Delahunty (regional)
Big Mouth Publicity 020 3189 4606

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