East London’s False Heads return with another explosive slice of “in your face” incendiary grunge punk in the shape of ‘Yellow.’ It’s taken from the bands forthcoming Ep Less Is Better and once again demonstrates both the band’s raw power and their intelligent passionate socially astute lyrics.
Frontman Luke Griffiths describes ‘Yellow’ as a melting pot of crunching riffs, melodies and an ‘almost metal beatdown in the middle’. According to Luke, the track was inspired by a Christopher Hitchens story “ I wanted to discuss my views on the impact of religion on society, and the consequences of playing ignorance to reality”
In support of their upcoming ‘Less Is Better’ EP release, the trio will be on tour throughout September and October, including a local date at EBGBS in Liverpool on 21st September 2018 Tickets – HERE
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