Warmduscher don't give a shit about preconceptions or popular opinion.
One of the sleaziest, most debauched, and downright addictive experiences in London's guitar underground right now, the band occupy their own universe, dominated by an effortless sense of cool.
Just check out new single 'Standing On The Corner'. The fuzzed out bass-line wanders all over the frets, footloose and carefree, while the stuttering, half-spoke delivery is reminiscent of those Beastie Boys album cuts when the rap giants would fire up their amps and cut loose.
Out now on Leaf, 'Standing On The Corner' is a knock-out blow, with Warmduscher themselves describing it as...
"A love song dedicated to all those things they told us not to love: the late nights, the painted nails, the rolling eyes, the cheap perfume, the pain in your chest as you approach a stranger. Giving in to the freedom of letting go. Chasing and not caring about where it takes you..."
Tune in now.
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