By AJ Salisbury
Slackrr, Southampton’s pop-punk extraordinaires, have only been around for the last 18 months, but in that time they’ve achieved a whole lot for a band with a purely DIY ethic, turning them into one of the hottest commodities on the UK Underground scene.
125 live shows, a just announced Isle of Wight Festival Friday night headline slot on the Platform One stage, three singles and a début EP, which sold out in just 48-hours, are testament to all the hard work they’ve put in.
Next in the Slackrr pipeline is ‘Time, It waits for no one’, their début LP. We here at Clunk have been lucky enough to get our hands on an exclusive stream of the first single to be released off of it, ‘Nerve’.
A perfect example of the Slackrr sound ‘Nerve’ is a melodic pop-punk cut, with a driving rhythm section, classic harmonious vocals and a sing-a-long hook, which will no doubt prove a hit on their super busy live-show schedule.
Keep your eyes on CLUNK for a full review of the album in the run up to the drop on the 14th June, we’ve already had a sneak peak, and if you like this single, you’ll love the album.
Listen to ‘Nerve’ here: