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LNC

WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM LNC – SHAME

Nottingham based indie-rockers LNC have been kicking about the scene since 2016. From childhood mates to a fully-fledged band, these guys have honed a distinctive sound come to be adored by many. Now, after three consecutive years of achievement including international radio play, LNC return to bless us with another single.

Shame, arguably LNC’s heaviest tune, is wrapped in the uncertainty of youth and simply trying to survive. Its verses, sung by infectiously talented frontman Josh Price, turn up the muted voice of the masses, while the band’s rolling instrumentation reflects the unstopping world around them.

The track kicks off with a gurgling earworm of a riff, shortly joined by smattering cymbal-less drums. Price’s accented vocal resonates through the air as his situational lyrics paint a picture. The wanting strain present in his voice doesn’t let up throughout, forcing the words to be heard.

Everything takes off in the chorus as the dual guitars tear a hearty repetition. The cymbals finally hit, splashing all over the place in some sort of calculated chaos. Beneath it all, a relentless bassline satisfies those bottom frequencies to hold the rest up. It’s huge, swollen with spirit, and you can pick up every theme the band put down.

This move from LNC feels very raw and unapologetic, and we can’t wait to see more of it.

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