Words: Kieran Webber | Header Image: Liv Tandy
After taking a short break to build a studio in bassists Troy’s childhood home the Brighton based garage rock outfit have made a triumphant return with their latest single ‘DADADA’. The single is the first to be released off the bands forthcoming debut LP, out later this year.
As expected ‘DADADA‘ strikes the anvil down hard with bellowing reverb. The echoing vocals dance eloquently over a slow paced, doom inspired riff whilst the percussion comes down with avengence. The first half of the single takes you on a journey into the ethereal world of School Disco, only to drop you into a chasm of chaos half way through. A mighty riff opens up and a meaty tangent explodes, each instrument working in unison to bring down thunder in this storm of garage rock goodness.
This taster of the bands forthcoming album has us frothing at the mouth, we cannot wait to hear more from one of Brightons finest bands.
Listen to ‘DADADA’ here: