It’s been a few years since indie-rockers Demob Happy unleashed their debut record ‘Dream Soda’, a six-years-in-the-making body of work that established the band as a DIY force to be reckoned with.
Since then, the Newcastle-formed, Brighton-based trio have been busy supporting some pretty huge names (The Cribs, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes) and dealing with line-up changes, a nasty break-up and battles with depression and anxiety - struggles they've laid bare for all to see within their incredible second album ‘Holy Doom’.
Released last Friday, 'Holy Doom' has racked up rave reviews across the board....
DIY Magazine: “Holy Doom knows its aim, and proceeds to execute its harmony-drenched rock prowls flawlessly”.
Brightonâ€™s @DemobHappy have just released their new album â€˜Holy Doomâ€™, and if you dig â€˜Rated Râ€™-era Queens of The Stone Age, you need to get stuck into this one #NewMusicMonday https://t.co/Fw19N80tL7— NME (@NME) March 26, 2018
Dork: "Holy Doom is full to the brim with the best hooks the trio have come up with"
Tune into the record in full below, and hear it live at Demob Happy's shows in Birmingham and London in April (follow the big red button below for tickets).
10 - BIRMINGHAM, Flapper
13 - LONDON, Borderline