Track Of The Day: Grieving – Little Armoured

Track Of The Day: Grieving - Little Armoured

Grieving are a new, unsigned band from Cambridge, playing direct, twisting art-punk. Their first demo was debuted by The FADER in March and their second track – the raw, dual vocalled post-hardcore / 90’s indie-rock of “Ownership” – saw them pick up their first Radio 1 play from Dan P Carter.

Their third track, the more direct and anthemic sounds of “My Friend, The Ghost”, debuted with Upset and saw support from Huw Stephens on Radio 1.

They recently debuted their latest track “Little Armoured”, the title inspired by a book of poetry by Rebecca Perry, a leftfield track, off-kilter and heavy in places and melodic in others. Showing once more a diverse set of influences at work here, and the band’s love for the likes of Dischord and Touch & Go Records.

The band have played their first shows over the last three months, alongside the likes of Tellison, the much buzzed about Muncie Girls and Three Trapped Tigers and have recorded five songs set for release as an EP release, “Demonstrations”, on July 29th.

The band will play the following dates w/

Goldblume, Gutters – The Blue Moon, Cambridge – July 30th
Young Legionnaire, USA Nails – The Lexington, London – August 4th

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Mark Millar is the founder of XS Noize and looks after the daily running of the website as well as conducting interviews for the XS Noize Podcast. Mark's favourite album is Achtung Baby by U2.

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