Young post-grunge trio BROODERS are heading out on their first full tour this week to celebrate the release of their debut single, Haze.
The band, who have come together in Leeds from Nottingham, Derby and London, have been working on tunes for their new EP, and Haze is the first fruit of their labours to roll out of the studio.
A riot of fuzzy guitars, visceral melodies and , Haze is an absolute banger of a tune. Check it out below:
Singer/guitarist Adam Bairstow says of their new tune: “A dark insight into the loneliness that an isolated blurred reality can provide.
“Haze makes everything seem like it is going swimmingly, while in reality the veil has been lowered over the eyes of the beholder. As it is lifted, the dark reality consumes all and the weight of the world comes crushing down.
“Haze is about a dark time of my life when the only escape seemed to be through hiding behind that exact twisted visage”.
The band was originally a duo with drummer Liam Naylor, going by Hunny, before bassist Adam Speare was recruited and have been playing together for just seven months. Having played with fellow noiseniks God Damn, Fizzy Blood, Kit Trigg and I Divide, they have built a pretty fierce reputation for their raucous live shows.
They’re taking their racket on the road this week with a string of live shows across the country, ending with two shows in Leeds and Nottingham this weekend.
The October dates are:
Saturday 1 – Actress & Bishop, Birmingham
Tuesday 4 – Zanzibar, Liverpool
Wednesday 5 – Star & Garter, Manchester
Thursday 6 – Bannermans, Edinburgh
Friday 7 – 360 Club at The Library, Leeds
Saturday 8 – Chameleon Arts Café, Nottingham