Isle of Wight based indie band Coach Party have remained relentlessly productive throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

The quartet — comprised of guitarists Joe Perry and Steph Norris, bass guitarist and vocalist Jess Eastwood and drummer Guy Page — last month released their third single, Space, to widespread critical acclaim.

It further boosts a burgeoning reputation acquired since the formation of the group little more than a year ago, with the four-piece snapped up by London-based label Chess Club Records in October.

Drummer, Guy Page, said: "During lockdown we've stayed busy, performing at ‘live’ online gigs for Dork magazine, BBC introducing and Radio X. It’s been a good time for writing and to get prepped for our upcoming EP release.

"Space focuses on the perceived dangers of breaking up with someone who knows your innermost secrets, and worrying about how they could use that information to hurt you.

"We thought the video should lighten the mood a bit, so our friend Cam Reed made a cartoon about alien cat and dog armies fighting over a new planet — it’s pretty cool, check it out!"

Space is a throwback to punk imbued rock, oozing sincerity. Wailing guitar strains dovetail with ambient vocals, the latter yielding a call back to Justine Frischmann's 1990s Elastica pomp.

Coach Party's debut EP is scheduled for release on Wednesday June 10. As well as the above link, the striking music video for Space is available to experience here.