Dublin noise-pop act Spines have unveiled a new track entitled ‘Should Have Listened’, taken from the band’s upcoming debut E.P.
Characteristically raw and fuzz-laden, Spines latest track finds the four-piece leaning closer to their indie-rock roots. Jolting rhythmically (if not a little uneasy at the start) and filled with interweaving guitar lines ‘Should Have Listened’ has more in common with the feral indie sound of Arctic Monkey’s debut Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not.
With the track’s snapping echoing sound, rough and ready D.I.Y production and Pins-esque noise-pop backbone Spines are starting to sound more and more like a band on the cusp of something very interesting.
Lo-fi, raw garage-rock straight out of Dublin Spines continue to impress with their punk-like approach and attitude. ‘Should Have Listened’ is the sound of a band taking risks and committing fully to them, flaws and all.
Indeed with Dublin’s bustling garage/indie scene including September Girls, Sissy, the Number Ones, Gangs, Girl Band to name but a few, Spines are on their way to making a mark on the scene in the near future.
Click below to listen to Spines new track ‘Should Have Listened’.