Friday, 11 December 2020

WATCH: Youth Sector - 'Teeth'

If you're looking for a song which manages to somehow make every element of itself really REALLY catchy, you're in the right place. This bassline!!!!!!!!! The synths! The guitar!!!! I think I can even hear some castanets... In love with all of this. Brighton art-rock quintet Youth Sector are following up their brill EP Mundanity, released earlier in the year, with the very catchy (did I mention that yet?) tune Teeth. Soooo good. 

The band's frontman Nick Tompkins shares that "we're drawn to the balance between making something sound interesting and exciting while keeping it melodic and catchy [...] 'Teeth' sees us continue to push into more rhythmic territory and embrace the influence of funk bands Parliament and Tower Of Power, with its constant danceable groove punctuated by wonky guitars throughout. Lyrically the single explores the sinister magnetism of untrustworthy people and the way they can enter the lives of those vulnerable to their charms."

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