It's an astonishing 10 minute journey...

TRAAMS surge out of the darkness with remarkable new song 'The Greyhound'.

The band have been silent for five years, a group long-since thought Missing In Action.

New song 'The Greyhound' features Lewis Evans (Black Country, New Road) on saxophone, and from lift-off it's a surging, groundbreaking piece of music.

Leaning on the motorik thrust of Krautrock before exploding definitions of post-rock, 'The Greyhound' grapples with invention and the thrill of possibility.

Recorded in Brighton with Theo Verney, it's a song that blends aesthetic revolution with a desire for personal independence.

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