Alternative Friday

helping to spread the word about impressive new & under the radar musicians

It feels wrong to call this 4-piece from Brighton an ‘alternative rock’ band, as it seems to miss the target a bit, with the track Mustard providing ample evidence. It’s not a rhapsody, but neither does it doesn’t have the usual verse-chorus combo, and is instead a wonderful journey, containing intimate folk flourishes, a crowd pleasing and anthemic middle to sing along to, and some raucous guitars & percussion. This simple but effective video also brings it all together just perfectly, which is why it’s here in a Showreel post.

The track comes from their upcoming EP, Mustard Coloured Years, due on April 17th via Small Pond Records, which looks set to highlight that the band are ones to watch, and to catch live when normal life resumes again.

 

I’ll be right behind you…

 

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