Demob Happy - 'Suffer You' music video

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Demob Happy were born in Newcastle, hail from Brighton and debut 'Suffer You', with a video as spaced out as the double-tracked vocals.

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Demob Happy - 'Suffer You' music video

Demob Happy were born in Newcastle, hail from Brighton and debut 'Suffer You', with a video as spaced out as the double-tracked vocals.

Listening to 'Suffer You', I would say that Demob Happy have got garage punk, Pearl Jam and Pink Floyd under their skin (and I mean that honestly, it's not just because of the alliteration). I could tell you they've got 'energy' or that they're 'new' and 'exciting', but at the end of the day this is just a great song that I like listening to, by a band I hadn't heard of before, and I'm interested in what their other songs will sound like.

We're loving this garage punk / psych revival, because it's spitting out such individual bands, and although eventually it will surely slow into the oily swill that indie (what does that even mean anymore) rock did, but for now life is good. When Demob Happy's first ever headline tour comes to my town, we'll be there.

You can see them at:

01.10.14 - Bristol, Stag and Hounds
02.10.14 - Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
03.10.14 - Chester, The Compass
04.10.14 - Preston, The Ferret
05.10.14 - Manchester, Eagle Inn
06.10.14 - York, The Duchess
07.10.14 - Hull, The Adelphi
08.10.14 - Sheffield, Southsea Live
09.10.14 - Guildford, The Boileroom
10.10.14 - Maidstone, The Rafters
13.10.14 - Newcastle, Think Tank
15.10.14 - London, Birthdays
17.10.14 - Brighton, Bleach

 

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