‘alt-psych-rock-reverbilicious shoegaze… if that ever were a genre, these guys would be the faces of it’. Bristol’s sonically boundary pushing trio leapt out of the wood work mid-2019 and since their emergence have fallen nothing short of delivering spectacularly high-octane live performances. Echoing a steady influential dose of transatlantic, hard-hitting but intelligently guitar-driven bands such as Balance and Composure and Pianos Become The Teeth. The storytelling ability associated with these artists is also apparent in the vividness and poignancy of the band’s lyrics.
Following on from its 2019 released predecessor, 'Wolves At The Door', their latest single 'The Room' further concretes the band's poignant, heavier musical direction. 'The Room' is written around the topic of the recent forest fires in South America and Australia; used as a wider metaphorical commentary on the ever-changing, turbulent state of our global political systems, and the adverse effects that these systems have on our natural world. The song doesn’t hesitate; cascading into a sonic sensory overload, it aims to depict the juxtaposed rage yet equally fragile state of our planet.
Balance and Composure, Pianos Become The Teeth, Black Peaks, Daughter, Biffy Clyro, Ben Howard