The B-side Hindsight retains the single’s tribal refrain before heading off on a trippy, addictive, low-tempo groove. You just can't help but love the remix by Magic Daddy takes the track into bass-led electro heaven.
Nevada Base seem to be transcending the gap between the basic electro outfit and the more instrument driven bands. Given the volume and quality of clubs and venues in Glasgow that suit their disco based, drum backed synth sound I can see 'Foresight' becoming a massive DJ and clubber 'floor filling favourite'. You can pick it up through Black lantern Music, but hurry there'll be a rush!
Nevada Base have been been busy since the release of their debut single 'Love In My Mind', taking to the T-Break Stage at T-in-the-Park, playing a sold-out show supporting New Build (featuring members of HotChip and LCD Soundsystem), plus roof-raising gigs up and down the UK alongside the likes of Metronomy, Silver Columns, Lateof the Pier, Memory Tapes and others.
Kawmi's vocals travel from understated drawl to urgent command, à la Phil Oakey in his heyday. Brown's bass keeps everything tied in to a funky groove. Muir's drumming is tight and expressive, while Vorley knows how to reign his synths in then let them take over.
The single will be supported by live shows around the country, including a launch party at Broadcast in Glasgow on the 27th April and Paradise in London on the 30th April.