Sunday 17 June 2018

The Riptide Movement - Plastic Oceans

The Riptide Movement on Friday returned with their brand new single, Plastic Oceans. Recorded in London with producer Chris Coady (Future Islands, Slowdive), the Irish four-piece provide an alluring taste of their new sound, encased in anthemic qualities and scintilating synth-work. Having long proved themselves in their native homeland, the band begin to branch out to the UK and beyond and I'm sure will have no issues creating equal success. Speaking on the track, lead singer Mal Tuohy states: "We're honoured that our music will help raise awareness of one of the greatest environmental challenges of our time. Our reliance on single use plastics is destroying our oceans, so well highlighted by David Attenborough in Blue Planet 2. As the saying goes, ‘there are plenty more fish in the sea’ but if we can’t stem the tide of plastic, by 2050 there'll be more plastic than fish in our oceans. The future is in our hands".


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