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The Glasglow based trio, Prides, burst on to the internet this summer with the song "Out Of The Blue," where they lived on the top five of Hype Machine and got attention from tastemakers like The Line of Best Fit, Neon Gold and Pigeons and Planes. Recently , Neon Gold premiered Prides' remix of Sir Sly's "Gold" where it is available for download. The remix is also streaming and available to share on SoundCloud.
Prides formed in 2013 out of the ashes of several local bands. The boys signed to Island Records when two of the members were in a band called Midnight Lion. Stewart Brock sings and play keyboards, Callum Wiseman plays guitar, keys and sings and Lewis Gardiner plays drums and is the band's producer.
After a summer of playing dozens of festivals overseas, from the tiny Loopallu to the massive Reading and Leeds, and finding themselves on BBC Radio 1, Prides will made their U.S. debut at this year's CMJ Music Marathon. Additionally, Prides will make their London debut with Los Angeles', Sir Sly, on November 5th at the Lexington