Scottish pop-rock trio Primes release brand new wonder ‘Shangri-La‘. Demonstrating the band’s growth but still staying in familiar territory, the new release follows firmly in previous tracks ‘Nine Lives’, ‘Dreamer and I’, and ‘Moment” footsteps. Explaining the story and meaning behind the single, Primes mentioned, “’Shangri-La’ is an imaginary paradise, heaven on earth and the fulfilment of our wildest fantasies. As the saying goes, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. ‘Shangri-La’ explores the truth behind the fairytale and the reality that some people unfortunately don’t have a happily ever after. Life can be tough, it will throw you curveball, it’ll beat you down and it’s not always rainbows and butterflies. What makes us keep going? It’s hope. Hope that the future holds something better and It’s exactly within those moments that life becomes exciting, interesting and makes the good times even sweeter.”
With over 10,000 streams since it’s release on November 13th, “Shangri-La” fuses alternative rock with a refreshing indie arrangement. A euphoric number that radiates some well needed positivity into the public, Primes are a powerful trio making Scotland proud.