London-based four-piece Flatlands premiere the video for their brand new single Reset.

An emotionally charged affair that eschews the more direct of approach of previous singles in favour of something far more encompassing, Reset sees the Oxford-born four-piece really pushing themselves to the limit. A gentle, almost innocuous intro quickly explodes in to a wall of sound that brings to mind the likes of October Drift.

Following soon after the announcement of the band’s second EP, At the Time It Made Perfect Sense, Reset feels like the product of a maturing process; richly nuanced and impressive in scope, it’s the first taste of an EP that will undoubtedly cement Flatlands as one of the most promising up and coming bands in the UK. Expect big things. You can stream the video for Reflect below:


More from Flatlands can be found on Facebook and they tweet as: @Flatlands.

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