Releasing their new, infectious single, Big Image are back and better than ever.

Oozing in reverb, a hint of 90s club and euphoric beats, the Midlands four-piece Big Image are back and are topping this successful year off with ‘Late Nights’ which encapsulates their signature sound alongside fun drum and bass sensibilities and indie-centric vocals.

‘Late Nights’ follows on from their ‘Human Touch Is Forever’ EP which was released in the Spring. A meteoric rise on the live scene ensued, as Big Image took their crowd-pleasing sets to a host of festival stages including Community, Neighbourhood, Live at Leeds, Y Not, Lakefest – plus support slots with Circa Waves & DMAs. They also performed at The Hundred Cricket Live At Edgbaston to 25,000 fans, broadcast on BBC2.

Speaking on the track, the band said: “Late Nights is a song about going out, living in the moment and forgetting about the real world.

If you’re ever sad, whack this bop on!

Words: Geo Blackman

Image Credits: Jamie MacMillan

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