Diving straight into 2020, hard-hitting alt-rock trio SINKA will headline the legendary Fiddler’s Elbow, Camden on Valentine’s Day. To top it off the band will also be releasing their crushing new single ‘See What I See’ on February 14th. This will be the first track to emerge from their highly anticipated debut EP ‘F.W.Y.K’ which is scheduled for release on April 17th.

Ever since the group’s impressive Camden Rocks 2-gig debut last year, SINKA have continued tallying up shows with the team – fronting Camden Rocks Presents posters & triggering a buzz in the London rock scene. Clash praised the band’s live show saying “A rock solid live experience, their blistering riffs and potent vocals recall everyone from Royal Blood to Queens Of The Stone Age, with material to match.

SINKA – Shaun Sewell-Sears (Vocals/Guitar), Matt Smith (Bass) & Jack Wright (Drums)

“SINKA would wrestle Royal Blood into submission” – Vandalism Begins At Home

It seems only a matter of time before the group could be stepping onto bigger stages; their sound is constantly likened to major artists such as Royal Blood, Muse and Queens Of The Stone Age. With what seems to be becoming SINKA’s trademark, colossal riffs are coupled with melodic sensibilities, augmented by tightly-weaved rhythm and bass chops. 

Though having just a couple of tracks online, SINKA have been receiving media support both online and on radio, including plays on Radio 1’s Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter, Planet Rock, BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and many others. Daniel even went as far as likening them to Queens of The Stone Age, whilst Danny Fullbrook of BBC Introducing said ‘This is so, so, so good – Royal Blood fans check these guys out’. 

“Indie Sabbath sounds came from SINKA” – Record Collector reviewing Camden Rocks ‘19

Louder Sound announced the band as victors for their track of the week with Fussy, which topped the likes of Periphery in the public vote. In addition to this, Amazon Music hailed SINKA as #3 on their Best New Bands 2019 – another major achievement for this budding group. Be sure to check them out in Camden this Valentines. Further tour dates to be announced for 2020. 

SEE WHAT I SEE – 14/02/2020

F.W.Y.K (EP) – 17/04/2020


Pre-Save ‘See What I See’ on Spotify

F.W.Y.K Tracklist – 

  1. F.W.Y.K
  2. Cause Effect
  3. A Place You’ve Never Known
  4. See What I See Facebook   Instagram  Twitter SPOTIFY  Soundcloud

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