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Bridlington Noiseniks FERAL FAMILY Drop Ferocious, Gothic and Euphoric Deput EP ‘PLAYTEST’

Following a number of singles charting at #3 and #1 in the iTunes Rock Chart, Bridlington’s noiseniks Feral Family return with their their highly-anticipated EP ‘Playtest.’

Comprising 5 tracks of ferocious, Doomsday-baiting post-punk ripe for our times, the band make their mark with a dark, brooding collection of songs that meld the gothic and euphoric with invigorating results.

Opening this Pandora’s box is the pulse-quickening ‘Fractured’, which is also out now. A song about dual-identities and the dawning realisation of deception when it’s been staring you in the face. Commenting on the new track which was produced, mixed and mastered by Liam Radburn at Magic Garden Studios, frontman, Jamie Lowe explained: “‘Fractured’ channels the complicated relationship of having a double-life paraded right in front of your eyes, understanding its insidiousness but ultimately fearing the fire of confrontation.”

”Fractured’ follows previous singles Wee Van Bee, “Spice King” and “Smother”; all of which can be found on the aforementioned debut EP which you can stream on all services now here.

Touring their latest material at a string of live shows throughout the Spring, fans can catch the band performing a hometown show in Bridlington at The Black Lion on the 14th of July.

We’ll leave you to with a taste of the EP in the form of their latest track drop, ‘Fractured’ in the YouTube video below.


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