Dancing On Tables release their latest single, ‘Losing It’.

The follow-up to ‘Not To Need You‘, released in March, is available to stream or download.

The quintet – Robbie McSkimming, Callum Thomas, Hamish Finlayson, Gregor Stobie, and Reece Dobbin – signed to LV Music in Nashville and have since seen their tracks streamed over 5 million times, as well as opening for Catfish and the Bottlemen.

Since their transatlantic deal the Dunfermline act have been working with award-winning songwriters Liz Rose (Little Big Town, Taylor Swift, Nelly Furtado) and Femke Weidema.

Of the new single, the band said: “When ‘Losing It’ was written, we wrote lyrics that centered around ‘going off the rails’ post-relationship. Now, in an unprecedented time with couples, families and friends spending who knows how long apart, the track has found an unexpected new context – ‘Me losing you has got me, got me losing it’.

“Although you can’t physically be with all of your loved ones in this ever-changing situation, this track says that although we are all ’Losing It’ in lockdown, we are all in this together.”

The band have rescheduled their UK tour, set to go ahead in November, plus a Glasgow show at King TUt’s penciled in for September 24th.

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