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CONCRETE CLUB - LATENCY

WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM CONCRETE CLUB – LATENCY

Manchester based ‘Concrete Club’ have released their newest single ‘Latency’.

My first impressions of the track were good, it hooks you in from the beginning with an upbeat guitar riff, and the more I listened, the more I liked it. It’s very Manchester-Indie-esk if you like, the vocals remind me of The Killers front man Brandon Flowers, with the backing track reminds me of The Cure.

Concrete Club themselves describe the track as: “angly guitars, driving rhythms – cemented inside an anthemic, modern take on occasional reckless struggles for happiness”

They’re not wrong.

Truthfully, I had to look up the definition of ‘Latency’ and apparently it is ‘the state of existing but not yet being developed or manifest; concealment.’ The title alone makes it relatable to me at least, I had a good listen to this, and it is the sort of song I would listen to amongst my other indie choices.

It would have no problem fitting in my playlist along the likes of Courteeners, The Vaccines and Sam Fender.

The tune is really uplifting, the backing track is consistently upbeat, and the vocals are fantastic. I particularly enjoyed the huge guitar solo towards the end, it really ties it all together and gives space to slow down. I imagine this would be very well received live.

The end verdict is, fantastic, no doubt and I immediately started listening to their other tunes.

Concrete Club is one to watch.

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