South London trio Play Dead made themselves known with widely praised debut "Whitstable". 
This was followed by "Shaun" in the summer, which got them on national radio, championed by Steve Lamacq (6Music), Huw Stephens (Radio 1) and Abbie McCarthy (BBC Introducing in Kent).
Now the garage punk outfit unleash third single "Six Hours Later" onto an unsuspecting world.
Their debut EP is primed and ready to go early in 2021, released via Blitzcat Records. 
This. Is. Punk. Simples. Through and through. This is not post-punk, indie-punk, pop-punk, its just pure ferocious punk.
Goodness the influence of 1977 still exists in the year 2020, perhaps even more relevant and vital than ever due to the current state of the world in terms of politics, society and the Global Pandemic.
'Six Hours Later' tells the story of a friend of the band who overdosed on ADHD pills. He had thought he was fine, had gone to bed and six hours later he woke with the overwhelming sense he was going to die. Remember when songs used to start with a bit of reverb and guitars screeching before launching full throttle into the song? That’s exactly what we’ve got here and it’s exhilarating. It punches through 2mins 19secs of pure adrenalin inducing power. With a chorus of “Take me away. These pills are f@cking with my head” a tough subject matter is delivered with force and passion.
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