'We make dirty pop music and we come from Kent.' - that's how indie band Get Inuit describe themselves on their Facebook page. They toured last year with the likes of Spring King and VANT, and were tipped as one of Annie Mac's Ones To Watch for the year. I'm pretty sure I've actually only listened to their track My Oh My before as a friend went on tour with them and made a music video/tour video for the track, but yesterday I finally got round to listening to their new track Barbiturates (after it sitting in my inbox for a couple of weeks, shamefully!)
A little Google search later and I can tell you that barbiturates are addictive drugs... and yep, I'm going there... the track is pretty addictive! Frontman Jamie Glass gives a really refreshing vocal performance, and from the energy of the couple of tracks I've heard I'm pretty keen to catch them live soon. They're actually playing in Oxford next month at one of my favourite venues, The Bullingdon, supporting Spring King on tour, but I'll be in Bristol seeing Busted that night. If you're in London, they're also playing a headline show at The Lexington, a lovely venue down the road from King's Cross on 25th Jan - I won't be back at uni so not sure I'll make it but sounds like it'll be a fun night!