Listen: ‘Wax’ by Time for T

A truly European ensemble, Time for T takes the best of its multicultural roots and mashes them together in hugely eclectic fashion with their new track Wax.

Having risen from the creative hotspot Brighton via Portugal, Switzerland and all corners of England, Time For T reflect their travels similarly to their sound that borders on multi-cultural genres including afropunk, indie, folk and rock & roll. The band have released 3 EPs to date, the latest EP release (self-titled) came out in 2015 via BBE Records.

Having concluded the recording of their debut full-length album ‘Hoping Something Anything‘ in London, it is set to be released in September 2017. Two singles from the upcoming album have been released independently thus far with ‘Tom Tom’ being played on BBC Radio 1 and ‘Rescue Plane’ reaching Number 1 in the Spotify UK Viral Charts as well as getting airplay across Portugal, England, USA and Germany.

Matching upbeat modern indie references while preserving throwback rock & roll roots, their latest single ‘Wax’ suits both the local bar jukebox and contemporary summer playlists. Time For T lead into their single with a classic throwback organ sound, while Tiago Saga’s energetic vocals and their signature reverb soaked guitar licks all ponder through the track progression in smooth fashion. Time For T conclude “The song is a sugar coated story about death and the passing of time.”