In my opinion, Pacific has long ago solidified an absolute reputation as a truly global act without comprising anything in regards to style or reputation. Just listen to their new single titled ‘Bottle This Love’ They have their own sound. It is the perfect blend of synth, keys, and strings. The song has a musically uplifting tone to it that boosts the energy and boasts the knowledge of this band’s existence. Being the consistent ‘hook-masters’, Pacific give ‘Bottle This Love’ their all with an energetic sound and a familiar sound that makes you want to tell your friends ‘Check out Pacific.’

Piano-indie band Pacific bring their electrifying summer single ‘Bottle This Love’ on Friday 21st June, having been spun on BBC Radio 1, featured in METRO and already seen a year of success with two sell-out shows and strong BBC Introducing support.

With captivating melodies, piano-grandeur and entrancing guitar & synth play, listen to ‘Bottle This Love’ HERE.

About Pacific
2019 alone has seen Pacific gain eight BBC Radio plays, a 30-minute, live-on-air gig on BBC Introducing and a live session on XS Manchester. Following the band’s sell-out shows in Northwich (The Salty Dog) and Manchester (Jimmy’s), Pacific joined All Tvvins as support last month, as well as performed at Dot to Dot Festival 2019 in May. The band has also been shortlisted from 1,000s of acts by Y Not Festival this year.

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Pacific has also shared stages with Razorlight, Maximo Park, Newton Faulkner, Toploader, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Wheatus, The Hoosiers and Starsailor at festivals across the UK including Crystal Palace Festival, Cornbury Music Festival, Leestock Music Festival, and Liverpool International Music Festival to name a few.

Pacific is showing no signs of slowing down, with a headline show in Manchester in association with Scruff of the Neck at Night People set for Saturday 7th September 2019.

Pacific’s previous singles have seen 190k streams on Spotify (Life in Short), been playlisted across retail stores across the UK (Life in Short), and received national radio play on Jack FM (Life in Short, Clarity, Let Me Out). ‘Life in Short’ won Staffordshire & Cheshire’s ‘Best Local Single’ at the 6 Towns Radio Awards 2018. The band has also been championed by Manchester football clubs across the city. Pacific’s music has frequented Premier League match playlists at Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium alongside Blossoms and Catfish and The Bottlemen, the band has performed at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium and Salford City FC has used Pacific’s music across their video content.