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Subba-Cultcha gets it’s ears around the alt-pop-rock sound of Hey Vanity.

SUBBA-CULTCHA.COM SAYS: “A superbly crafted slice of emotive, hardcore-edged rock from former members of Fei Comodo. Think the punchiness of early-period Thrice backed with the anthemic quality of Hundred Reasons in their prime, whilst displaying the earnestness of Brigade. There’s a focus on the melodic whilst band fill the spaces with something full of swagger and some great rhythmical inventiveness throughout. Keep an eye out for their forthcoming mini-album ‘Blindfolds’ and their live appearance at Radstock Festival. Sample their track at the bottom of this article and we’ll be bringing you an interview with the band…”
hey vanity Featuring ex-members of Fei Comodo, Chelmsford rock quartet Hey Vanity are pleased to announce that they have released their brand new track ‘Keep Your Shoulders Cold’ for free download this week. The track is taken from their forthcoming new mini-album ‘Blindfolds’ with more details to be revealed soon. A weighty and perfectly executed serving of UK alt-pop-rock, the track is chock full of palm muted guitars that chop and change into a stormy, epic chorus that showcases singer Marc Halls’ guttural yet increasingly melodic vocals as the rest of the band thrash out a perfectly honed performance. Formed in the summer of 2013 and already signed to UK independent label Small Town Records, the boys have achieved a huge amount in a very small space of time. Their first tour was supporting UK rock breakthrough sensations Don Broco and Mallory Knox in February and March, before releasing their debut EP ‘Breathe, Bleed, Grow’ which has received plenty of critical acclaim.   29th March – O2 Academy Liverpool – Radstock Festival 2014 30th March – O2 Academy Newcastle – Radstock Festival 2014 You can download the track for free here:
Download the debut EP "Breathe, Bleed, Grow" from iTunes