'Silver Moon'

The Tubs is a new project helmed by songwriters whose work we have admired for some time.

The band's creativity is helmed by Owen 'O' Williams and George 'GN' Nicholls, two musicians who formerly worked in the much-loved Joanna Gruesome.

The band's debut single 'I Don't Know How It Works' is a sign of what's to come, with its intricate yet minimalist melodic twists recalling the Flying Nun catalogue.

There's more than a touch of English folk at work in The Tubs, too, as well as a definite indie pop influence - their number also features Mark Dobson of Sarah Records stalwarts The Field Mice.

With a London show incoming, The Tubs are ready to share the snappy 124 second flipside 'Silver Moon'.

Opening with acoustic flavours, it then snaps into gear, this rollicking indie pop number with a neat minimalist flair.

Reminiscent of The Clean or even aspects of Jonathan Richman's catalogue, there's an innate Englishness in the vocal.

Pick up a seven inch copy HERE or tune in below. Tune in now.

The Tubs will play a special release show at the Shacklewell Arms in London on February 27th alongside both Ex-Vöid and Great Dad.

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