Heir Share New Single ‘As Long As I Can’t See You’

British 5-piece band Heir have just shared their brand new single As Long As I Can't See You, an upbeat, retro-tinged piece of indie-pop music. 
I am really enjoying Tom Hammond's smooth, confident vocal delivery which instantly capture our attention to their relatable storytelling. This tongue-in-cheek song is pretty self-explanatory, describing the experience of seeing an ex with her new boyfriend at one of their shows. This message is beautifully wrapped around an 80s-infused production with bright, shimmering synths being nicely paired with groovy guitar riffs, killer bass and steady percussion that create an overall warm, feel-good atmosphere. I am really fond of the song's uplifting energy and the combination of synths with groovy bass and Tom's lovely vocals, just made me fall in love with the song and excited to share it with you. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Heir said,
I think when an ex-girlfriend unexpectedly turns up to one of your shows with her new boyfriend it’s sort of crying out to be written about. It’s probably the swiftest lyric we’ve ever written actually. The experience was so vivid and bizarre that we found ourselves being happy to be quite literal with the storytelling - it opened up a new approach to songwriting really i.e. if you can tell it exactly how it was then do.
Heir are:
Tom Hammond (lead vocals/guitar), Ste Fisher (lead guitar/vocals), Sam Luca (keys/vocals) Harry Vernon (bass) and Samuel Newham (drums)