Indie Rock group The Burma release latest music video for ‘When you’re Gone’
Indie rock outfit The Burma have just released their latest single ‘When You’re Gone’ on 24 January via Spooner Records. The single is taken from their upcoming EP Sugar Moonlight, which will be available on 3 April. TheBurma have landed support slots for acts such as TheAcademic, The Strypes and Delorentos and have performed at festivals such as Vantastival, DoolinFolkFest and WhelansOnesto Watch. They have previously received support from Joe.ie,Jammerzine and Golden Plec. The band is looking forward to tour dates both in London, UK and nationwide in Ireland. Since the release of their first single, ‘Quicksand’, the band has gained extensive national airplay and have received over ten thousand plays across streaming platforms.The collaboration of long-time friends Tony O’Donovan (vocals) and Peter Piggott (guitar) as well as Cian Doherty (Doolin, Co. Clare drummer), whom they met in 2012. The Burma released their first single in 2018, after knowing each other for nearly 6 years. Officially named after The Burma Steps in Cobh, Co. Cork, the entire outfit hails from the surrounding area however each of the band members have strong familial ties to England. They also each come from musical families, whether a simple strong appreciation for the field or having relatives that have worked in the industry themselves. Accrediting their sound to influences of the American Indie scene of the early 2000’s and British guitar bands of the 80s and 90s, The Burma list artists such as The Killers, The Smiths, ArcticMonkeys and TheStrokes as their inspiration. Their own sound sits in close comparison to the renowned workings of Coldplay, Oasis and the vocals of Liam Gallagher.