Something Leather’s ‘Trip To The Sun’ Is A Heavy Duty Blast Of Scuzzed Out Rock

It's part of their incoming EP...

Brighton underground three-piece Something Leather have shared their new single 'Trip To The Sun'.

The three-piece have a bruising live sound, with their intense performances fusion 70s organ with charred black guitar riffs.

Kind of like Deep Purple's heavy rock sludge viewed through through the context of 21st century DIY production, Something Leather have a kinetic, forceful sound.

New single 'Trip To The Sun' is released via We Can Do It Records – a potent platform for female-identifying artists – and it features from their new EP ‘Midnight Reverie’, out on April 17th.

A wild ride into frenzied sonics, the track is Something Leather doing what they do best – causing utter chaos and sending the needle racing into the red.

The band comment…

“The song is a sarcastic take on the Fall of Icarus: it deals with our constant desire to escape from a deadly routine and the fear that pushing too far might consume you. It has a frenetic pace, Western B-movie shootout feel and layers of post-punk and psychedelia on top.”

Tune in now.

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