It's the opening blast on Notting Hill Arts Club Recordings...

West London hub Notting Hill Arts Club is one of the capital's most influential venues.

A hub for new talent, it's hosted performances by complete unknowns and globally recognised icons, sometimes on the same night.

Deciding to enter a new arena, the venue has launched its own label, with Notting Hill Arts Club Recordings set to shine a light on fresh talent.

'Summer Of Love' is the perfect opening chapter. The new single from Macclesfield natives Grimm Twins, it's a potent slice of goth-pop with an irresistible chorus.

Partly DIY in its construction, the single was pieced together "in our old Macclesfield practise room, a piano warehouse that was most definitely a little bit haunted..."

Singer Tilly comments: “Our gig at Notting Hill Arts Club has been one of our favourite London venues we’ve played so far. There’s an amazing atmosphere & buzz around the place, and it’s a privilege to be the label’s first release.”

We've got first play of the video for 'Summer Of Love' and it's a real scorcher - an emphatic sign of things to come, you can check it out now.

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