WITH notable support from high profile and influential figures such as Annie Mac, Huw Stephens and Blur’s Dave Rowntree, all indications would suggest that Get Inuit are preparing themselves to be thrust into the mainstream consciousness in the coming year.
Establishing themselves as a formidable prospect with the fast-paced and unkempt 001 EP earlier this year, this Kent-based four piece have emerged even more energetic and discontented on ‘Pro Procastinator’, the lead single from their recent Luge Lessons release.
Filled with the reckless energy of American bands such as Wavves and FIDLAR, ‘Pro Procastinator’ is an exercise in exuberant punk that keeps its pop ideologies close to its heart. Brimming with cynicism yet incredibly engaging and fun, Get Inuit’s approach is one which seems entirely capable of carrying them from outwith the underground and into the ear canals of music fans throughout the world.
Luge Lessons is available now via Alcopop! Records, while those looking to catch the band live can do so on their upcoming UK tour which features a date at Glasgow’s Broadcast on the 31st January 2016.
Check out the track’s new video below: