Infant Strange will release their debut album, Want It Need It, by means of Ignition Records tomorrow. But if you do not fancy waiting that extended, we’re exclusively streaming it under.
The Glaswegian three piece very first came onto our radar the day they played their first Radio X session for John Kennedy two years ago. They had a demo version of one particular of the album stand outs, ‘Pure Evil’, out. From that it was just apparent that they have been destined for massive items.
It is not like they sat and waited for achievement to come to them, though. After gathering early hype off their very first ever recordings they’ve been cutting about in a clipper all more than the nation, and continually writing new songs.
By last year, they landed a record deal with Ignition and started to play the country’s most significant festivals, help the country’s largest bands, and get into the greatest studios to record. Most lately, they’ve headlined the Jack Rocks stage at Reading.
All this groundwork has meant that they can go to pretty significantly any town in the country, headline a show, and get the identical ecstatic reaction from their audience as they do in their house city of Glasgow. They regularly make it look like the spirit of 1977 punk shows is nonetheless kicking.
Impressively, the album captures the raucous, brash, attitude of the shows. Of the experiences that inform their songs the singer tells Gigwise: “It was unintentional but one thing I noticed about a bunch of the songs is they are primarily based around nightlife in Glasgow. When we wrote the majority of the record, we have been partying a lot. It’s anything that we do most weekends so it’s better to create about that than sitting in your space bored.”
Beyond being quite private record there is another seedy side to it: “There is a track called ‘VVV’ and the chorus to that is: She just violates me . It’s kinda like a attractive songs nearly,. When I wrote that I felt like I was stepping into a character.
1. Pure Evil
3. Pleasure City
four. California Sun
eight. Distance Oneself
9. Human10. Want It Need to have It
September tour dates:
16 – Buskers, Dundee
17 – PJ Molloy’s, Dunfermline
18 – Electric Circus, Edinburgh
22 – Mad Hatters, Inverness
23 -The Tunnels, Aberdeen
24 – Warehouse, Falkirk
28 – The Camden Assembly, London
30 Sep – Sound Manage – Manchester
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