Melbourne rockers British India will release their fifth studio album Nothing Touches Me this March, and have shared another juicy taste of their next release with poptacular second single Suddenly.
As the follow-up to the British India’s 2013 album Controller, Nothing Touches Me is promising to show the next progression in the band’s sound, with polished arrangements and big riffs taking centre stage.
Suddenly (below) follows on from the group’s previous single Wrong Direction (below), which offered a first glimpse at the band’s new album. Compared to its predecessor, Suddenly has a slightly more reserved vibe, but maintains that big British India chorus with strong vocals from Declan Melia.
According to a press release, Nothing Touches Me was written in Melbourne throughout 2014, with recording beginning in Berlin before finishing up back in the boys’ hometown.
Nothing Touches Me is due for release on 13th March, and is currently up for pre-order on iTunes. View the album’s official artwork, below.
Listen: British India – Suddenly
Watch: British India – Wrong Direction