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We review the new single from Urban Theory – Dirty Faces

Out now for you listening pleasure is the brand-new post-punk inspired track from Bury Four Piece, Urban Theory. Scrapping the swagger often associated with Manchester Indie Bands, Urban Theory work to scape a slightly dark yet subtle blend of snarling punk, dark new wave and indie rock.

I’ll be honest, I for one, love a bit of Manchester Indie swagger! There’s little I love more than a good old raucous. But that’s not to say that that there isn’t plenty of space for other styles and Urban Theory’s moody sound has a plenty of appeal.

Between its deliciously brooding vocals and polished production, there is little left wanting.

It’s clear to see why they have been selling out venues and supporting big names on the Manchester gig circuit. Five years in and it’s not just the live scene that sees the guys turning heads.

Having received acclaim from XS Manchester and BBC Introducing for previous singles, it seems their current track is destined to follow in the footsteps of its predecessors.



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