NEW MUSIC FROM LIVERPOOL BAND SPINN

It’s hard to believe that “Home” is only the third single released from Liverpudlian group SPINN to date. These lads seem to have a really developed sound well beyond their years, clearly drawing inspiration from 80’s indie heroes such as The Smiths and The Cure. This band have gone from strength to strength since they formed in 2015 and can only get better. So keep your ears to the ground and listen out for the sweet sounds of SPINN!

Following their previous two singles “Green Eyes” and “Bliss”, mellow “Home” definitely gives off a different vibe. It’s less lyrically complex in my opinion, but this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. This track lets the music do the talking and introduces us to a new, more chilled/pop sound.

The track opens with some Jaws-esque guitar riffs and echoing drum beats. This all really adds to the fresh and summery vibe that I think the band wanted to achieve. “I remember when we first jammed the idea I just wanted the song to sound like it we were on a beach, even though it was written in the freezing cold winter” they explained to us. The rest of the track fizzes with catchy guitar lines and some excellent vocals from their lead singer Jonathon Quinn. “Home” is for sure a summer song and though they have nothing announced, I’m really hoping the band will make an appearance at some festivals this year.

“Home” will be available on Spotify and iTunes as of March 3rd but for now you can listen to it on the band’s Soundcloud here:

https://soundcloud.com/spinn-band/home

And if these guys really tickle your fancy you can see them live at their Single Launch on March 3rd @ The Magnet, Liverpool.

Until next time,

Anna

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