Vistas do things the old fashioned way for guys in their early twenties. The Edinburgh-based trio - vocalist Prentice Robertson, guitarist Dylan Rush and bassist Jamie Law - have made their name by gigging tirelessly across the UK, with word of mouth praise of their chaotic, life-affirming live show travelling far and wide.
Backed up by a host of bright, anthemic singles including ‘Retrospect’ and ‘Tigerblood’, racking up over 30 million plays on Spotify for songs released in the last two years and garnering support from Jack Saunders, Huw Stephens and Annie Mac at Radio 1, the band have quickly become one of the most promising indie bands in the UK. Sold-out tours and support slots alongside the likes of The Wombats, Circa Waves and The Kooks have followed, with the band firmly making their home on the stage.
Formed at school and developing a tight bond while fawning over records from The Strokes, Two Door Cinema Club and more, Vistas are as tight-knit a bunch as you’ll find, and this sense of community and togetherness defines their music.
Drawing on instant, bright indie-pop with unashamed chart ambitions, the band follow a lineage of indie bands throughout the 2000s, pushing
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