Northern Ireland’s abundant shrine of new music shares light on the Newtownabbey band’s recent release.
Digging into the fundamentals of punk rock, the 4-piece act bring a humble sound inspiring from their predecessors. ‘Off Balance’ bolsters the band’s growing catalogue as they match the quality of likeminded Northern Irish bands in the contemporary scene.
Being only the second release following the introduction of fourth band member Jordan McMurray, the dual guitar gauges classic grunge harmony to the already omniscient presence of frontman Daniel Graham.
Graham’s raspy bassline and vocals comes out prominent yet again with his composition helping to lead the single into a multitude of lyrical steps before adequately culminating as a well-rounded track.
An all-familiar sound twisted into the band’s own mould leaves nothing short for what they’ve got to showcase in their upcoming live performances. The snatching drums of Thomas Duff-McKenzie will give early noughties lovers the peace of mind knowing new acts are carrying on the legacy with fresh intent.
Their recent form could be hinting towards a debut EP release following concurrent work with producer Graham Davidson of Belfast’s Half Bap. A studio that will surely be keeping close contact with future work from the East Antrimers.
The momentum of the band gives hope of taking them through their growth of recognition and exposure, including their support to finely established Galway act Turnstiles late of last month. ‘Cavalier Attitude’ play in The Speakeasy in Belfast later in the month, with singles available to stream now!