London-based, multi-national indie rockers Useless Cities will release their new single New Feelings today. The widescreen piece of sweeping indie rock welds icy guitar lines to alternating male/female vocals and urgent, restless drum patterns.
Since arriving fully formed in 2016, Useless Cities have been busy playing a string of live shows around London (including gigs at renowned venues The Sebright Arms, The Monarch, The Good Ship, O2 Islington Academy, The Black Heart and The Amersham Arms) and building a fanbase for their unique take on nineties and noughties-influenced indie rock. Their debut EP Stay quickly turned heads at radio with Hoxton FM, Croydon Radio and Spark Sunderland playlisting tracks, while the band’s songwriting and intricate soundscapes were praised by Wolf In A Suit, Music Is My Radar and Independent Music UK in a series of glowing reviews.
Check it New Feelings BELOW:
Useless Cities will be playing live dates in support of the new single, including a launch show at The Amersham Arms on 3rd March.
For more info, head to uselesscities.co.uk.
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