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London post-punks FLOAT share new single MOTHER via Strong Island Recordings

Following their cacophonous debut single ‘WATCH’​, ​premiered on DIY Magazine​, London-based post-punk outfit ​FLOAT​will release ​‘MOTHER’ ​via underground tastemaker label​ Strong Island Recordings​(​Los Bitchos​, ​Sleep Eaters​,​Melt Dunes​and ​UGLY​). Listen here

Hailing from all corners of England, the band came together a year ago and have already seen their boisterous brand of rock music earn them a glowing reputation in their scene. With influences ranging from ​Echo & The Bunnymen ​and ​Television​ to ​Neu! ​and ​The Doors​, ​FLOAT ​are ensuring the lineage of exciting guitar bands remains unbroken.

Produced by ​Euan Hinshelwood ​(​Younghusband​, ​Emmy The Great​& ​Wesley Gonzalez​), ​‘MOTHER’​launches you head first into the raucous world of ​FLOAT. ​With its static noise and propulsive bass riff intro, motorik rhythms, spiky guitars and darkly washed-out vocals quickly join the mix, making for a 5 minute suspense-laden thrill.

Having already played alongside fellow doom-mongering psychedelia enthusiasts The Telescopes​, ​Elephant Stone ​and ​The Cosmic Dead​, ​FLOAT​ will bring their ominous live show to the following dates:

07.11 The Shacklewell Arms, London

07.12 Chameleon Cafe, Nottingham

15.12 The Finsbury, London

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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