Tors have shared their new single Miracle, the first in a new chapter of the band under Glassnote Records.

The single lands after a huge reaction to early teasers including a cappella clips and performances during the summer headline tour.

Miracle draws on pop-punk and hopes of finding the light in the darkest of times.  The track is a call to never given up written by Tors and produced by Simon Felice.

As the band explained, “Miracle is a song about chasing your dreams headfirst and without compromise even when all the odds feel stacked against you. It’s not that you won’t quit but rather that you don’t know how; something in your DNA keeps pushing you forward to the light at the end of the tunnel. It’s based on our own experiences being a band and fighting tooth and nail to keep our heads above the water, knowing that our own miracle was coming.”

Tors were formed by brothers Matt and Theo Weedon, who have been immersed in music their whole life having been taught, in part, by their grandfather Burt Weedon OBE, whose ‘Play In A Day’ books inspired numerous iconic musicians from the ‘60s and ‘70s to play guitar. They completed the band with drummer Jack Bowden, who also comes from a similar background as both of his parents are music teachers.

Tors are currently on a European tour with Lime Cordiale.