The Modern Strangers release new single ‘Nothing On You’
British 5 piece Indie-Disco band The Modern Strangers have just released their brand new single, Nothing On You, via their very own Hoolay Records. I'm really loving the infectious groove of this track guys! Stream it below!

Speaking about the track they explain,
 “Late last year we were in the studio recording a song. We managed to get it finished quickly leaving us with a few hours before we could call it a night and head for the inevitable end of day beverages. Archie, myself and Gordon (our producer) decided to use the time to see if we could come up with something. Archie was playing around with the chord pattern and we built it up from there. We came back to the tune earlier this year and decided it would fit perfectly on the EP. 'Nothing On You' is about someone who thinks of themselves quite highly and would happily dismiss real love for someone who couldn't offer them anything emotionally, but could book a first date at the top of The Shard.”
Fronted by brothers Max & Archie Davenport, they first sprang to life in the summer of 2016 off the back of debut single Vanilla, earning them early support from BBC Introducing in Kent and BBC Radio 1. They spent 2017 releasing seminal singles Hot Rain, Margarita and Coco Hello in the midst of a busy summer of shows, winning new fans eager to hear more from their incendiary live set.

They’'ve been featured on Made in Chelsea, landed numerous Spotify playlists in addition to charting in the UK Viral 50 and keep going strength to strength Live-wise, ranging from their own headline shows to gracing the stages of major UK festivals such as Big Weekend 2017.

Already off to a flying start: 2018 has so far seen them announcing their debut EP (Meltdown Mechanics), signing a publishing deal with BMG, wowing the crowds at the Park Hotel headlined NME awards night and off on their first tour. Already booked for slots at The Great Escape, Liverpool'’s Sound City and Live at Leeds, the band are filling out their May tour, taking in headline shows in Glasgow, Coventry, Brighton and Canterbury.


11th: Canterbury/Penny Theatre
12th: Brighton/St Ann's Well Spring Garden Festival (FREE SHOW)
12th: Coventry/Kasbah
18th: Brighton/The Great Escape (2 Shows)