Having built up a considerable head of steam over the last few years in the Scottish rock scene, Glasgow natives Take Today have declared that 2019 is the time that the rest of the UK and beyond will learn precisely what they’re all about.

The first step on that journey will be the release of Take Today’s upcoming new single, Lifeline, which will drop on the 7th of June. Lifeline represents the first step in an evolution of the Take Today sound, showcasing that they can deliver melodic hooks and soaring vocals with the best of them, and then inject a serious burst of heaviness, all within the space of three and a half minutes. Take Today cannot wait to unleash Lifeline upon the world at the start of next month. Here’s a few words from Take Today themselves on what the track is all about:

“This song is about overcoming adversities and showcases the band’s personalities and varying influences”.

Take Today will be embarking on a UK tour following the release of Lifeline, more details of the tour are to follow in the coming days and weeks so stay tuned.

Originally forming at music college in 2012, Glasgow quintet Take Today come armed with all the tools of what a successful rock band needs in the 21st Century. Frontman Paul Daly’s distinctive Scottish accent draws parallels with bands such as Twin Atlantic and their heavy guitar and bass riffs have been compared to the likes of Royal Blood and Nirvana.

Their debut album Choices was released in 2016, and over the last couple of years has led to live shows with the likes of Sleeping With Sirens, Altered Sky, Flogging Molly and more. With the band determined to take things to the next level in 2019, take your eyes off Take Today at your peril – you’ll be missing out on something very special if you do.

Take Today are:

Paul Daly – Vocals
Neil Parkinson – Rhythm Guitar/Vocals
Alex Fowler – Lead Guitar/Vocals
Kai Cairney – Bass/Vocals

Scott Craig – Drums

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