Arctic Lake are an alt. pop trio who make thoughtful and reflective songs. After finding a mutual love for space and silence in music, they have since been writing together, using their experiences to create emotional and sophisticated music we can all relate to. After a stellar debut release in 2015, Limits began a spiral of success for the band, with Radio 1 play listing the track. After the success of 2016’s ‘Heal Me’, they were invited to play at that year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. The band’s sound quickly became recognised for its keyboard soundscapes, haunting vocals and significant lyrics that speak through relationships and the intensity of human emotions. In 2017, the band self-released debut EP Closer, followed by a long-anticipated second EP in What You May Find, which received praise for the encompassed spell bounding and thoughtful pieces. After amassing more than 25 million streams and touring with the likes of Freya Ridings last year, 2019 has already seen the trio take part in an International Women’s Day playlist contribution with a tranquil version of The Cardigans’ Favourite Game, and a singles release in Holding On, gaining attention and applause from blogs and magazines. A larger body of work is expected later this year alongside their own headline UK tour.