Adelaide’s favourite melodic hardcore giants Ambleside have kicked off the year with the release of their highly awaited music video for new single Wash Away.
Ambleside kicked ass in 2015, signing with Mutant League Records, heading overseas to record their 2016 EP and playing multiple shows with some of Australia’s faves including Trophy Eyes, Hand Of Mercy, Hellions and Break Even. With their last single Tired Eyes released in 2014, fans have been eager for new tunes.
Ending the past year on an 11 show tour with mates Stepson and Pridelands, the boys have been previewing three new songs for keen ears. Wash Away, recorded by Karma Sound Studios and filmed by the wizard Kieran Ellis-Jones at Crystal Arrow Films is the first single to be released from their upcoming EP... and it’s a bloody banger.
So, without further ado - feast yourself:
Catch the boys on tour with SAVIOUR and Ocean Grove at Enigma bar in February, tickets available here.
Header image by Brooke Hartley.
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