Brighton trio GANG release new single Dead / Enough Noting on November 25

Carina Kehlet
BRIGHTON trio, GANG will release their latest 7" single, Dead / Enough Noting on November 25 courtesy of Ra-Ra Rok Records.

Following on from release Animalia earlier on this year, GANG have seen themselves rock up airplay on BBC 6 music.

Consisting of brothers, Eric and Jimi Tormey and adopted sibling Joseph Hunt, the band focus on ethics and their beliefs to carry themselves away with their music.

Guitarist, Eric said: "Dead was written following an epiphany of sorts.

"One day our earth will be gone, any trace of anything anyone has ever known will be gone. There will be no rights or wrongs, no alternate paths.

"All the glorious and tragic events of humanity will compress into one finite moment. At first this prospect terrified me. I lay quivering on the floor until the following morning, holding my mother's hand while my father proclaimed that I "had probably had some bad speed".

"As the days, weeks and months passed I developed a sense of clarity. I realised that to focus on what's important in one's life is all there is to do. Don't be governed by petty desires that are thrust upon you.

"You don't need wealth, or love, or sex, or fame, or recognition. Look inside yourself and see what it is you desire. Anything else is fool's play."

The single opens up the autumnal world of music, spreading its creepy grip on the UK's scene, holding a perfectly good example of how punk meets DIY pop.

Words Lauren Jones


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