A band who are gaining some well-deserved recognition in the world of indie-rock, Officer have been described as “flawless and promising” by FAME, "deliciously dark with huge atmospheric rollercoaster landscapes" by RKC and "stratospheric and yet disarmingly intimate" by Right Chord Music.
Fine purveyors of dark indie soundscapes, Officer are currently championing the release of a special live session of their heartbreaker single, ‘Heavening (Watch Our Bottles)’, taken from their forthcoming album ‘Night Tennis’, which due out February 28th, 2020.
The album and its singles explore deeply personal experiences from the life of central songwriter and figure, DC Logan. It is awake with emotional intelligence and spans Irish folk, singer-songwriter, alt-country, soundscape, and electro influences to create a signature indie sound. This song is a marker of an album where Logan has managed to create something very unique that can actually be called his own sound, which is a rare enough experience these days that it’s a little shocking to come across.
Logan explained the new single’s inspiration: “It's a song about having been brought to a place of being very lost from both yourself and the one you love, where you feel you're totally on your knees. Where you feel the one you love is on their knees. Where you feel your relationship is on its knees. Where you’ve taken a lot of knocks and you’re wondering ‘Can I, can we, get back up again this time?’. It’s a song about being forgiven and forgiving… about hitting stop on the overwhelming mania of overworked city life, retreating to a peaceful place together, and choosing to work on things.”
‘Night Tennis’ is the much-anticipated sophomore album from the critically-acclaimed project, following on from the band’s recent win as ‘RCM Artist Of The Year’ among other blogosphere adulations following the release of his 'immersive, widescreen, intelligent and moving, debut album, ‘Myriads’.