The hardcore-tinged ‘Move On’ arrives ahead of a string of UK headline dates in London, Nottingham and Manchester.
Manchester, UK garage punks Bruise Control have put their first release since last year’s their excellent debut album ‘Useless for Something’.
The hardcore-tinged single ‘Move On’ rushing by in less than two minutes, pairing guttural howls with frenzied, fuzz-saturated playing.
The single is out now on TNSrecords, who said it “carthasis for anyone who can relate to the idea of bellowing “No More!” over and over again until their eyes bleed”.
The song’s video also comes with a hefty strobe warning, as it’s “literally entirely flashing lights”.
The single arrives as the band plays a string of UK headline dates in London, Nottingham and Manchester later this month
The four-piece of singer Jim Taylor, guitarist Niall Griffin, bassist Ru Gilfillan and drummer Tommy Morris are also gearing up for this summer’s festival season, with an appearance at Rebellion in Blackpool already confirmed.
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