South Manchester indie-pop trio Cultures wear their hearts on their sleeve on anthemic new single Away From Us. 

Bridging the gap between alt-rock and indie pop, Greater Manchester’s Cultures have been plying their trade across the region for the last four years, and their intelligent and idiosyncratic brand of indie has been turning heads and picking up traction ever since.

one only needs look to their latest single ‘Away from Us’ to see where Cultures are at today. Three minutes of heartfelt indie rock that feels a far cry from the angular alt-pop of previous release ‘Flags’, ‘Away from Us’ is “about the feeling you get when you leave home for the first time and find your feet in the world.” explains frontman Josh Spivey “I wrote the lyrics when I first lived away from Manchester about the people in my life at the time and the way they were rocks for me then.

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