LIVERPOOL’S Hooton Tennis Club are a band that seem eager to break the mould that many of today’s bands are all too willing to sink into, eschewing any semblance of sternness and implanting a sense of fun into everything they do.
Releasing a string of emphatically received tracks over the course of the year, they’re set to ascend to new heights when their debut Highest Point In Cliff Town materialises at the tail end of next week.
That sense of fun that was touched upon is prevalent in both the musicality and accompanying visuals of latest track ‘P.O.W.E.R.F.U.L.P.I.E.R.R.E’.
Overflowing with the zestful yet intelligently conceived style that became synonymous with bands such as Suede and Blur during their Brit-pop heyday, ‘P.O.W.E.R.F.U.L.P.I.E.R.R.E’ is an absolutely stonking slice of alt-rock that is incredibly passionate and vibrant. With a chorus that’ll grasp hold of your cognitive functions and refuse to relinquish them for a considerable time after listening, it’s sure to cause a sharp upturn in hype for their upcoming record.
Highest Point In Cliff Town will be released on the 28th August via Heavenly.
Watch the 60’s cartoon pastiche that is the video below: