For a group of Macclesfield school-mates, formed by accident and recording EP's in a living room, Racing Glaciers sure know how to deliver when it comes to producing big, stadium bound, post-rock anthems.
The band have released a few EPs since 2013, with the catalogue highlight surely their 2014 EP Ahead of You Forever, which "Moths" is taken from and later released as a stand-alone single. The whole EP is exceptionally good, with "New Country" sitting alongside "Moths" in the standout track bracket.
Influenced by a range of classic rock artists such as Fleetwood Mac, The Doors and Pink Floyd, its easy to reference the inspiration within their work. Their tracks are however getting noticeably bigger with each release. Having been experimenting with a more expansive, atmospheric and post-rock influenced sound, their development is no more evident than in their latest release "What I Saw" - another track of outstanding quality but an altogether deeper experience than "Moths".