THE Noise Club unveil their latest sonic adventure in ‘Am Fear Liath Mòr’.

The fresh release from the sextet display a refined sound and growth in character, embracing a unique mix of sing along choruses with eerie imagery of corruption and dystopian futures. Offering an eclectic mix of tense genre-bending sounds, Renfrewshire-based post-punks The Noise Club showcase a lyrically cynical release packed full of energy.

Recorded at Tpot Studios in collaboration with trusted producer Robin Wynn Evans (whose previous work includes collaborations with the likes of Manic Street Preachers and The View), the debut five-track EP provides a mesmerising journey through diverse musical landscapes and experimentation of effects. Including singles ‘Pink Order’ and ‘Industrial Society & Its Future’, catchy melodies are complimented by fuzzy guitar tones and underlying atmospheric waves.

‘Blue Ton’ introduces a bass-driven structure with usage of distorted samples and delayed guitar licks, demonstrating the layered textures of effects and noise that the group are developing a reputation for. Ranging from intense post-punk to ethereal electronics, the debut Extended Play embraces their honest spirit of indie rock and roll, leaving plenty of room to carve their own style.

Up next for The Noise Club is a headline show at Nice ‘n’ Sleazy on September 16th, accompanied by Leisure Land and Static.

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