MIMR Review: Narrow Margin ‘Kids Don’t Dance’

Bringing in the new year there’s lots of exciting new music from many of the talented Manchester acts that are planning big things in 2020 and Narrow Margin are certainly one of them acts that will be stamping their mark on the scene.

They release their 1st single with 42s Records today (10th January) ‘Kids Don’t Dance’ which is already a firm favourite at their raw, high-energy gigs and a real dancefloor filler.

The indie-punk 5 piece unleash their sound with catchy lyrics, spiralling guitars and stomping beats aplenty. Influences ranging from The Libertines and local heroes buzzcocks to Manic Street Preachers, Narrow Margin are putting out their frustrations about modern life and are ready, through their music, to take a stand with their many followers in line.

Having already sold out the Deaf Insitute last year, more gigs are already planned for 2020 including their next headline gig at The Bread Shed in March, which is going to go through the roof, the kids defintely will dance!

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