SIBLINGS OF US EMERGING BRISTOL ALTERNATIVE CREW DROP NEW TRACK 18/10/2018 SIBLINGS OF US EMERGING BRISTOL ALTERNATIVE CREW DROP NEW TRACK & UNVEIL EP PLANS! Brit trio SIBLINGS OF US make a potent statement with their brand new track, A Gang Called Wonder – https://youtu.be/DGYMvKx2BTM . The cut is taken from the band’s genre bending new EP, Gargantua, which hits all outlets on 2nd November, via RetroSynth Records. Upon first hearing SIBLINGS OF US it becomes abundantly apparent that the threesome cannot be shoehorned into one tight and specific genre. The Bristolians express an array of influences spreading from the groove and early vigour of Muse and the intoxicating proggy vibes of Mars Volta, through to the driving synth work of Carpenter Brut. In the distillation, the ascending trio convey a sound that is unique and entrancing. Consisting of Fonzy (Vocals, Guitar, Synth), Zack Reed (Vocals Synth), and Ellie Daymond (Drums), SIBLINGS OF US came to being at the start of 2016. Since then, the South West trio have self-produced three music videos, two EPs and two singles. As well as maintaining a rampant release schedule, the alternative unit have also rapidly evolved their hypnotic sound, as evidenced on their blistering new EP, Gargantua. Featuring four fiery slices of synthcore blessed with thoughtful up-tempo arrangements, buzzsaw guitars, and infectious hooks, Gargantua is stacked with raucous and contagious kinetic energy. SIBLINGS OF US will be taking the party to the floor this Autumn, as they undertake a mammoth jaunt around the UK. See the band’s socials for tickets and show details. www.facebook.com/siblingsofus www.instagram.com/siblingsofus www.twitter.com/siblingsofus Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.