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to Morning smoke is like listening to your serious thoughts at night, slowed down so it’s less manic and more like therapy. It’s like being in a bit of a dream state listening to ‘Blue Ribbons’, the latest single from their mini album ‘In Euphoria’ released last month.

Milo McNulty’s vocals are faded and distant as though the Brighton quartet recorded in a cave, but we’re sure this will be their signature sound. Bask in the glorious sun of the sliding guitars, and lyrics which are just as deep and grand as the album title suggests.

The video released for single Blue ribbons features scenes of the band playing, all dark and in the distance… cue appropriate grey, blue and purple mood lighting with some curious flowers clinging onto the microphone stand for solace. Pretty polished stuff, which makes it pretty demanding to believe the boys aren’t even 20 yet. We can’t wait to see what else they can do…

23rd July- The Social (Heavenly Records Night)- Oxford Street.