Between their own releases and co-writes with the likes of Declan J Donovan (‘Perfectly Imperfect’) and Dean Lewis (‘Need You Now’), the indie-pop trio Tors have already amassed 500 million streams and landed on both Radio 1 and Radio 2. Along the way they’ve also sold-out several London headline shows venues such as the Scala, St. Pancras Old Churchand Omeara. Now after an eighteen-month absence, Tors kick-start a big return by sharing the new single ‘Garden On The Kitchen Floor’. It comes as they prepare to embark upon a tour as guests to X Ambassadors in September. Listen HERE. Watch the live performance video HERE.
Having taken a little time out of the scene to re-evaluate their sound and style, ‘Garden On The Kitchen Floor’ shows that their decision was well founded. Romantic and nostalgic, the song reflects on the early days of a relationship in which love triumphed over challenging circumstances. It shows that Tors excel at the things that win the hearts and minds of fans – big melodies, big harmonies, tender emotions and unforgettable hooks – and proves that they have an anthemic, radio-friendly sound that can win a huge following across the world.
Tors commented, “‘Garden on the Kitchen Floor’ is a really special return to releasing music for us – a bittersweet realisation that the moments you struggled most in were the happiest you had and a reminder to give yourself fully to life as it’s happening, not in retrospect. Coming out of a year of lockdowns and sudden, forced introspection definitely taught us to appreciate the moments we’re given in all their glory and ugliness.
While the world stopped for a minute we were locked away writing and re-envisioning what Tors could and should be moving forward. With over 100 new songs and a worldwide publishing deal with the amazing team at Reservoir, we finally feel ready to throw ourselves back into releasing music and playing shows again. Tors are back and life couldn’t be better.”
Tors will play the following shows as guests to X Ambassadors:
27th – London, EartH
28th – Brighton, Chalk
29th – Leeds, Stylus
1st – Glasgow, Queen Margaret Union