Not only that but Joe Cross (The Courteeners) has reworked their track 'Twenty Nothing', and boy does it have a Ramones-esque kick. I can see why Iggy Pop said “they are young and talented and going places...if they came to my town I’d show up for that, if they come to your town you might wanna show up.” High praise indeed.
The trio from Essex have been together since 2016. Their music is full of snarling attitude, and is loaded with meaning and authenticity. Lead singer Luke Griffiths has said that the lyrics in 'Twenty Nothing' refer to how in your twenties it can be difficult to relate to others, how the world can seem polarised and therefore it is a struggle to find your place. “Its time to choose whose side you’re on” he sings, you have to decide where your loyalties lie, and which box you are going to squeeze into. The guitars riffs and breathless vocals are delivered with an energy and passion that proclaim experience and confidence will be more than enough to find your own path. “My only line will wear away. I can’t string out what I can’t say”.
Check out the video for the latest single here: