Bristol is a city that cherishes independence.

At times it feels almost like a People's Republic within England, a separate city state with a sprawling, labyrinthine music scene.

Two Day Coma hail from Bristol, and a little of the area's independent streak has found its way into their songwriting.

Brisk indie rock with a slight folk edge, the band's precocious live shows have already caused a flurry of intrigue across the land.

Working with The Orchard, debut single 'Shudder' is incoming and it's a taut, off kilter but undeniably catchy offering.

Frontman Tom offers: "'Shudder' is a song about frustration. The lyrics grapple with an inability to understand another person’s point of view. We try our best to interpret people’s feelings but can sometimes miss the mark. Shudder reflects on how missing these messages can lead to discontentment.”

A potent starting point, you can tune in below.

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