RENFREWSHIRE-BASED indie rockers The Noise Club present an aura of melancholic reflection with latest single ‘Pink Order’.

Recorded and mixed by Robin Wynn Evans at Tpot Studios, the latest offerings from the Scottish sextet (including ‘Industrial Society & Its Future’) collectively showcase a slightly darker and more cynical side in comparison to their debut single ‘Johnstone Boys’. Utilising gothic-influenced photography and a general eerie aesthetic, The Noise Club are cementing themselves with an entirely new and exciting image.

The band comment, “‘Pink Order’ encapsulates the spirit of a generation that dares to dream amidst adversity. Through its lyrics, listeners will discover the unwavering determination to break down walls and build bridges.”

Lyrically exploring the notions of feeling trapped and division from within, ‘Pink Order’ certainly earns the title as their most refined sound yet, demonstrating their intentions to establish themselves as serious contenders within Glasgow’s notorious music scene.

An upcoming headline show at Nice ‘n’ Sleazy on September 16th sees the Paisley boys team up with rising Glaswegian promoters the Scottish Music Collective, featuring support from Leisure Land and Static.

Check out ‘Pink Order’ by The Noise Club below.

Photo by @thebovinething (Instagram).