Slow Club's latest single "Beginners" is out now via Moshi Moshi Records. The track recently earned main-stream attention for the critically acclaimed indie darlings on account of a music video for the song featuring Daniel Radcliffe, star of the popular Harry Potter film adaptations. "Beginners" is pulled from Slow Club's highly praised sophomore album Paradise, and comes paired with two exclusive remixes by King Of Town and In Fields.
In conjunction with the release of the "Beginners" single Slow Club are thrilled to play select US dates along side Mumford & Sons, including a gig at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The band will also play headlining shows in San Francisco, Denver, and Brooklyn.
Having built a burgeoning following on the success of their much-loved debut full-length Yeah So, Slow Club's sophomore album Paradise was a further step forward in song craft and lyrical maturity. Among much other praise, the album received nods from Under The Radar (8 of 10), The New York Times, Rolling Stone who labeled them a "Band To Watch", and Pitchfork who write that "the duo has evolved from being among the best of an indie pop field overcrowded with cutesy duos to carving out a distinct niche for itself that opens up further opportunities for creative growth."