Bugeye Are Making A Bold Statement On ‘Signs & Exits’

The Croydon alt-rock band tackle the hardships of adolescence...

Bugeye are re-visiting their adolescence in latest single ‘Signs & Exits’.

When frontwoman Angela Martin called upon fellow bass player Paula Snow to form Bugeye, they set out to revolt against cookie-cutter formats. Clear in their intent, the queer alt-rock band are encouraging a more vocal activism across music. 

Previously tapping into the global issues of racism and climate change, ‘Signs & Exits’ now tackles the topic of bullying. Drawing inspiration from 80s synth-pop and punk, the track is a bold embrace of rebellion that sees all 4 members tapping into their formative years, inviting the experienced Paul Tipler on production duties. 

The Croydon risers have graced local venues and expansive stages, hitting the reputable likes of Isle of Wight Festival and South Norwood Festival.

It’s a playful yet impacting sonic statement. ‘Signs & Exits’ is turning things up a notch for Bugeye.

Angela Martin comments:  “It’s about the transition of innocence into the world of school – a battleground where the rules change daily and the warmth, kindness and protection you once knew are stripped away.”

Tune in now.

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