THE INSTITUTES Release New Anthemic Single ‘Something Beautiful’

Published on 8 October 2021 at 11:22




The mighty rock n roll combo The Institutes release new single - 'Something Beautiful', in support of their much anticipated debut album ‘Colosseums’ which is out later this month.


Their sound is similar to artists like Will Joseph Cook, The 1975 and Circa Waves through their developed melodic lines, energetic drum patterns and indie rock feel. This new single flawlessly creates texture and depth through their hooks and rhythm which instantly captures our attention within the first few seconds of listening, offering an atmospheric and climatic experience for the listener.


This thoughtful and innovative quartet offers us songs of reflection which in ‘All That You’ll Ever Know’, begins on wanting to escape to a world of paradise, a world which us as the listener can all relate to. They question the realms of reality and what is possible in this life. Their newest single release ‘Something Beautiful’ also plays on this idea of breaking boundaries through lyrics like “Breathing under water, trying to swim about, in a dream it felt”, the song encourages us to question ourselves and the ones we love through its heartfelt lyrics of breaking free from a “jail house” where we strive to be better people.



Previous singles, All That You’ll Ever Know, I Just Can’t Keep Myself From Loving You, and Alleyways have all been featured on BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music, Radio X,  XS Manchester and many more and been highly acclaimed amongst those in the know, and all appear on the album.


Vocalist Reid Zappa Currie said “’Something Beautiful’ is a song about passionate unconditional love for something or someone, without any choice, no matter what they put you through, no matter what they think of you or what they give in return. Love-Hate relationships, addictions anything that might be a burden of love, a commitment of passion and pain


'Something Beautiful' is out today on all major streaming platforms and you can listen to the track below.


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