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Knees’ new track ‘Stitches’ literally sums up the aftermath of this band’s string of live performances. Singing “I’m covered in bloody / but at least I’m having fun”, singer Bradley got off slightly worse for wear at one of their shows whilst on tour with Wolf Alice. The groan like vocals sit amongst this punchy track, giving us the second strong release from this skate-punk band’s recent EP.

They played Reading & Leeds last weekend on the BBC Introducing stage, and now are about to embark on a UK tour with Honeyblood so you can dare to be a part of their live shows.