Velvet Volume grew up around record shops, accompanying their fathers as they dug through rare vinyl.
That passion for music seeped down to the next generation, with the three-piece assembly when scarcely out of their teens.
Indie punk with a skeletal structure, their raw, DIY slant allows Velvet Volume to tackle each obstacle on their own terms.
Reference points could include Sleater-Kinney's daring idiosyncrasies, or even early Hole's primal bite, but truly this Danish project has a taste and atmosphere of its own.
New single 'Lonely Rider' gallops into the distance, with its head-long momentum almost buckling under the intensity of their creative approach.
Helter-skelter guitar lines with a searing vocal, they chant: “Am I bitter or only honest? I don’t know, I wanna be the Lonely Rider...”
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