The clean, crisp opening to ‘Swim‘ drives a feeling of lucidity throughout the track, as if Shanghai Blues are embracing listeners in their watery depths before beginning an introspective journey that rises and falls like ocean waves. The East London quartet have channelled the best of noughties rock, sitting somewhere between Arctic Monkeys and Snow Patrol, nodding their heads back and forth with a melancholic nonchalance that has us harking back to the music of our past.

Whilst expressing darkened undertones, the track begins to fight back throughout the middle-eight and into the chorus, ending on a somewhat unprecedented high. Discussing the mental anguish that we experience when things are getting on top of us, this track will see you through the hard times and the good.