Post Coal Prom Queen release their first extended play, the ‘PCPQ EP’.

Available to download as well as on CD, four tracks are self-released, and follow teaser singles ‘Wait, Wait! Dig!’, from February, and ‘Salt‘, which came out in January this year.

Also featured is the current single from the release, ’Tomorrows Garden’ – described by the band as “a song about a utopian dream of vertical farming, the end of resource scarcity and the embracing of ambitious shared global environmental progressivism”.

The Glasgow / Edinburgh-based act – Lily Higham and Gordon Johnstone – “evolved” from L-space, the trio formed with Vulture Party bassist Dickson Telfer which released three albums for Last Night From Glasgow.

The new duo made their debut in August 2020 with single ‘You Wouldn’t Download A Car‘ as well as embarking on a collaboration with Japanese art pop innovators Macaroom.

Higham and Johnstone are currently working on their debut album and preparing for live shows when restrictions are lifted.

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