Demons From Surf Town, which consists of Tom (guitar and vocals), Kris (bass and vocals) and Emma (drums), have just released their track, Daisy, which is the first from their new album Kuchalacha.

The indie, surf-punk band spoke with The Fountain about the new track as well as their gig in a cemetery.

TF: A new single, how exciting, what can we expect from that?

This song is inspired by a friend of ours, he’s a real free spirit who makes his own path in life. Most people see that as a bit weird but it’s kind of how we like to do things as a band to so we wrote a song about it. Kris made a video in the recording studio but since then we’ve had some interest from some professionals who want to re shoot it… no idea what they have in mind but watch this space.

TF: And are we to expect an EP or LP in the near future from Demons From Surf Town?

This single is the first release from our album Kuchalacha out now on all the usual formats. Spotify, Itunes, Soundcloud, Deezer, Youtube, pretty much everywhere even on CD we just need to get people to notice it. It’s the result of a year of fun and laughs and you can really hear the positivity in the music.

TF: And can we expect to see you promote this single with a tour, can we look forward to seeing you in Scotland?

We’re not touring at the moment but should the right opportunity arise we’d love to. Both Tom and Kris have Scottish relatives so a visit would be awesome.

TF: What has been your favourite gig to date?

We played in a Cemetery this summer which was pretty crazy. Some of our friends live in a converted church with a massive graveyard as the garden. It was like a small festival and there were so many of our friends there. By the end of the night almost everyone was up singing, dancing and playing drums and guitars. Its been such a good summer this year.

TF: And what has it been like to work with Kim Waves with this track?

Neil at Kim Waves has been so helpful. He’s very good at what he does and has many, many contacts. Very professional, insightful and very helpful.