The new track- ‘Little Light’– is inspired by recent (and not so recent) casual (and not so casual) racism the band’s singer has encountered.
‘Little Light’ is the second single to be taken from an upcoming EP, which has a planned release date of the end of the year.
The London-based trio describe themselves as ‘pop punk with fangs’ and this new single definitely showcases the band’s pop punk abilities and grasp of rifftastic melodies.
Their new EP will be a follow up to 2021’s ‘Funeral Pop’ album which featured singles ‘Now Repeat After Me’ and ‘Meet Me at the Exit’.
‘Little Light’ is out on all streaming services on 31st October.
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I’m Molly Tie- I am the UK Editor for Punktuation and a general punk enthusiast! I play drums (badly), write a lot about punk (not as badly) and I’m particularly interested in issues relating to women in the music scene.