Ahead of tonights gig at The Peer Hat and their debut single release ‘Artificial Flavour’ Manchester alt-pop 3 piece prepare to bring their poetic lyrics and dynamic, melodic guitars to the masses.We spoke to the band about the gig, plans for the year and soup!
MIMR: Great to have you on the blog, tell people about the band and how best would you describe your sound?
TEM: Guitar, Bass, Drums, Sprechgesang. Like digging your grave and planting a seed. Like sandpaper beaches.
MIMR: You have a brilliant single out this month, MIMR has been very lucky to have a sneaky listen and it’s one of our faves at the moment. How did this come about and tell us about the single Launch
gig this week?
TEM: This is our first proper release, we’d only done a couple of home demos. We recorded it with Safe Suburban Home and it will be out on 7”.
Launch is at The Peer Hat and we’ve got some really good bands joining us in Roxy Girls, All Girls Arson Club and The Vat-Egg Imposition.
MIMR: What other plans do the band have for this year?
TEM: Writing more songs, got some shows booked in Feb across the UK and I’m sure there’ll be more releases soon.
MIMR: What venues in Manchester do you enjoy playing in?
TEM: M.E.N, Hacienda, Free Trade Hall, Fuel.
MIMR: Did any of the band have any new year resolutions?
TEM: Annie wants to eat more soup.
MIMR: Thanks for chatting to us on the blog, look forward to seeing you at gig. How can people follow you on social media?