Johnny Kills release Brand New Track ‘Seems’!
Johnny Kills are a three piece garage/indie rock band who span across York, Cambridge London and Brighton, a lot of places for three people to be. This is a debut for them on on WFM, and they’re making it a well worth one.
After releasing ‘Who’s Counting’ earlier on in the year, the band have built up a bit of momentum and really solidified their sound. This can be heard on their latest track ‘Seems’!
‘Seems’ has a sense of urgency applied to it with the quick I’m late for work pace of the vocals, backed by these melodic distorted guitars! The track has a sense of glammy surf rock about it, something which has hints of Bloody Knees, Wavves and Weezer in parts.
If you wanna here more from the band, make sure you catch them live!
September 22nd – @ The Finsbury
October 4th – @ Paper Dress Vintage
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Words By Alex Wise
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Liverpool Band Cents debut with Garage Song ‘Parking Spaces’
Recently there’s been alot of bands debuting new material, which is a welcome sign especially when it’s of good quality!
Liverpool band Cents have promisingly released their debut track ‘Parking Spaces’ which has all the qualities of a Parquet Courts song. The punchy guitars which are backed by rough shouting vocals, it gives off an odour of good dirty garage rock. The melody of the track is very straight forward and easy to latch on to, showing that Cents know exactly what they from their music.
In a World where it seems everyone is turning to drum machines and synthesizers, it’s cool to see that there’s still good garage rock emerging! LISTEN BELOW
Words By Alex Wise @AJWise
As we like to keep to up to date with new music from the underground, we are here with another roaring tune that definitely needs more listens.
Australian four-piece APES have released their new song ‘Pull The Trigger’, which should have people turning up their volume and taking notice of them. The band are the best of garage-rock as they thrash through the song with a delicious riff and a massive chorus. The song could be linked to something that peace would have done in their first album, as it has a sort of hazy feel surrounding the solo, but it just makes it that more impressive.
Clearly the band have something here, so like and listen where you can!
Words By Alex Wise