Sad Boys Club

  • Date: Tue 7th June 2022
  • Doors Open: 7:00 pm
  • Supported By: Make Friends + Stan Buckroyd
  • On Sale: Tickets Open

Today (September 15th), London basedSad Boys Clubreturn with ‘Your Mind (Makes Mine Seem Fine)’ and announce their signing to ModernSky(The Lathums, The Blinders, Abbie Ozard).This is the first single froman upcoming EP project, and also marks the start of an expansive list of UK dates thisAutumn (see below.)
‘Your Mind’ is a self-reflective anthem brimming withcathartic choruses underpinned by a defiant beat and driving rhythm section thatbuilds into a frantic finale 20 BPM faster than the start. The track lends heavily onthe band’s influences in the early Emo scene (Death Cab For Cutie) as well as more moderncontemporaries, such as the manifesto-esque delivery ofThe 1975’s‘Love It IfWe Made It’ .Completely produced by bassistPedro Leite, the band have developed evenfurther sonically from their EP earlier this year‘Echoes In A Shallow Bay’whichwas praised by
Dork, Gigwise, Clash,
The Independent, BBC R1, BBC R6, Radio Xand more.‘Your Mind’is the first single of a soon to be announced EP to coincide with shows thisAutumn.
Speaking on the track, lead singerJacob Wheldonsays:
‘I look at the past to remember who I am and towardsthe future to become who I hope I could be, between the two I forget to exist, evenmore so this last year than usual. With ‘Your Mind’ I wanted something kind of violent, alive,present – on the brink of total collapse or at the moment of evolution. To reset thecircuit, wake up and make sure I wasn’t getting out the other end of this year’s tunnelonly to find it had gone full circle.”
Where the band really excel however, is their liveshows; lauded for their energetic and charismatic performances, the band have cut theirteeth supporting some of the biggest names in UK rock scene, includingBombay Bicycle Club,Spectorand soonSlow Readers ClubandKing No-Onelater this year. Thefour piece will also tour extensively into 2022, with a massive run of headline dates soonto be announced, a confirmation of the band’s growing fanbase within the UK live scene.Not only there, but they also count fellow musicians such as aforementioned The 1975 leadsingerMatty Healy,Harry Koisser,Spector Fred, andSwim Deepcounting themselvesas supporters.
Sad Boys Club offer themselves as one the UKs mostexciting and quickly growing outfits, offering a much needed bridge between nostalgicEmo & contemporary rock, with ‘Your Mind (Makes Mine Feel Fine)’ the firsttaste of their next explosive era.

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