OUT OF THE SWIM
Scottish Indietronica / Collaborators /
Songs for folk who feel like they’re swimming against the current
‘You’ll still hear something different after a hundred listens.‘
– Dominik Diamond
NEWS / LATEST RELEASE
04/02/2022 – ‘Tilt the Mirror’, a song about perspectives and how even the slightest shift can distort them. Released via Last Night From Glasgow.
Tilt the Mirror is available from all the usual download and streaming services, including our bandcamp page. The song features on our forthcoming album, Rescue Therapy.
14/05/2021 – ‘Medieval Tummy’, a song about the enduring qualities of capitalism and the first single off our forthcoming 2022 album, released via Last Night From Glasgow.
Medieval Tummy is available from all the usual download and streaming services, including our bandcamp page. Check out the video below.
Single artwork by Clare Archibald –>
16/10/20 – ‘Machine’ feat. Laura Hickli. Lead single and 3-track EP available on the usual platforms. Also available on our bandcamp page. Animated video here too.
A 7″ vinyl is also available from our label, Last Night From Glasgow, on a split with the excellent Deer Leader.
Based in Calgary, Canada, Laura Hickli is an award-winning baroque-pop / chamber-folk artist known for her chilling honesty, ethereal soundscapes and mental health war cries.
31/7/20 – To coincide with the release of our collab EP, The University of Skinflats, we release ‘Through the Floors of a Starry Night’ feat. one of Falkirk’s most celebrated musicians, Adam Stafford.
“The fusion of Stafford’s talents with Out of the Swim’s songwriting skills is something truly special.” – The Music Files. Read the full review.
“Stafford is a songwriter of real depth, rich in understanding, in melodic virtuosity.” – Clash Magazine.
Buy the single or EP here.
26/5/20 – ‘The Garden’, our collaboration with Annie Booth, has been made a Fresh Fave on Fresh on the Net. Check out the review and the other nine tracks here
“A complex and layered track which is alluring, both sonically and lyrically.” – Is This Music?
“A fine slice of moody, jazzy electronica in the style of Bjork or Lamb, the sort of song you could imagine pulling you deep into the water and never letting you go.” – Fresh on the Net
Buy from bandcamp here
Taken from the EP
The University of Skinflats (Releases 31/7/20)
Click here for more information
Praise for Annie Booth:
‘Both fragile and commanding.’
– Rave Child
‘A talented young lady.’
– Vic Galloway
Click here for more on Annie Booth.