Manchester quartet Larkins have released their new single ‘Sugar Sweet’ via Good Solider Records.

The bands frontman Josh Noble says of the track “‘Sugar Sweet’ was always about a moment. The moment where nothing kinda turns to something. I wrote the main melody really early on as band and had the lyric in a notepad for years. Playing the track live we hadn’t appreciated how hard we wanted it to drop and we released that audiences were dropping with us. We had to do the track justice not only in production but how we presented the artwork, video and the story, so it only felt right to revisit it. The early version was cool but definitely felt unfinished. Now I feel like this is a really serious statement for us both sonically and visually.”

Somewhere close to the likes of Foals, Sugar Sweet full of strutting chorus’ an big synth lines. It’s got this feel good, bounce-along thing going on, sugared by these little guitar licks and vocal harmonies.

The accompanying video follows the first moments of a blossoming romance, set inside an abandoned house. Check it out, here