Two piece band TYDL have released their second single of 2020, ‘Skeleton’. Produced by Josh Lee Wood, the track is a testament that love breeds acceptance.

Accompanied by moody synths and brooding 808s, singer Rebecca Valerie’s emotional vocal performance provides a poignant look at what it means to be accepted in our own skin. ‘Skeleton’ is an attempt to break down the hate, and aims to remind the listener that acceptance matters more than anything else.

TYDL, led by singer/songwriter Rebecca Valerie and percussionist Jack Dunstall, are known for their exciting fusion of alternative pop and electronic music. At their core,  TYDL wants to shake up the pop landscape, just as her contemporaries Bishop Briggs and Sigrid have done before them. Their chemistry on stage is electric, with audience engagement and live performance being a main focus of the TYDL experience. With their first two singles out and more on the way, TYDL are definitely one to keep your eye on in 2020.

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