Basement Revolver’s ‘Dancing’ Is A Fizzing Piece Of Indie Pop

It's an unlikely driving anthem...

Sometimes you just need to drive, to get out of the city, follow endless roads, and somehow end up back where you departed.

Basement Revolver know this feeling all to well, the urge towards escape, towards abandon. It's something that appears on their incoming album 'Heavy Eyes', due out on August 24th via Fear Of Missing Out.

A collection of fuzzed out indie pop songs, the delicacy of the band's approach is matched to the intensity of their execution.

We're able to share new song 'Dancing' and it's a bracing return, an unlikely driving anthem.

The band's Chrisy Hurn explains: “When I’m feeling down, I like to borrow a car and drive until I am lost – it makes me feel better and distracts me a little. So, yeah, break out of your shell and dance… or get some fresh air.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Rohann Agalawatte

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