Indie rock outfit Waiting Till Marriage have joined forces with the Jacaranda Records team ahead of what looks set to be a standout year for the fast rising Liverpool quartet.
Bursting into the scene in mid-2021, Waiting Till Marriage spent the majority of the Coronavirus pandemic tirelessly mastering their live set and finding their sound. Post pandemic, they quickly made their mark with three self released singles: Ripping Us Apart, Stop Telling Me How To Dress and Strawberry Girl.
Collectively powered by vocalist Adam Johnson, Brandon Tew (drums), Ieuan Kearney (guitar) and bassist Liam Brady, their first single with the label will be released on March 11.
Taking influence from world music and the likes of Peace, The Vaccines and Rex Orange County, Johnson tells stories of heartbreak in an almost joyful manner. Tew’s unique playing style, Brady’s uplifting bass lines and Kearney’s distinct drive make WTM a fresh quartet you’ll love.
Their latest single, Three Times, takes a route unseen from the band previously.
Fresh to the Jacaranda Record roster, Waiting Till Marriage present a charmingly raw tune relatable to the likes of The Strokes or Courteeners.
Johnson describes the song as “a response to those telling me to sort my life out and get a real job” and a representation of a time in his life where he was debating the validity of music as a career.