MATTER OF MIND RELEASE NEW SINGLE AND VIDEO

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Sounding like the distant relatives of Biffy Clyro and Royal Blood, Matter Of Mind have engineered a sound that merges hooky choruses with expansive and inventive guitar work, and a beefy rhythm section that will blow the roof right off. The northerners have released their new single ‘Far Too Wrong’, the video to it you can view now at https://youtu.be/2N7VrWDxZG8.

The alternative quartet from Stockport possess an arsenal of melodic weaponry paired with hammering guitars and raw energy. Although still in their late teens, the crew have a songwriting maturity that belies their years.

Featuring Jordan Lambert on vocals and rhythm guitar, Ash Meadowcroft on lead guitar, Rob Bramwell on bass, and Connor McQue on drums and backing vocals, the four-piece formed earlier during their school days, yet the past two years have been the unit’s most significant.

Back in January 2016, the band recorded their debut EP, ‘A State Of Mind’, with Ben Sansom, who has worked with the likes of Lower Than Atlantis, at the controls. The release turned heads and snared praise from a range of sources and notable industry figureheads, including endorsements from Louder Than War, Fred Perry Subculture, This Feeling, Clint Boon and Terry Christian.

With live dates planned throughout the north of England, it’s only a matter of time before these youthful upstarts explode.

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FOR MORE INFO ON MATTER OF MIND, CHECK OUT THESE SITES:

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Matter-Of-Mind

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/MatterOfMindd

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.matterofmindband.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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