Harbouring the chemistry and musicality of a band beyond their years, Bayonet have rapidly made a name for themselves as Sheffield’s indie poster boys.
Standing head and shoulders above their South Yorkshire contemporaries, the four- piece have, in just four singles, built the foundations on which to base their career.
With their last single ‘Heart Attack’ premiering on Rebel Culture back in November, the last five months have seen Bayonet’s focus turn to the writing and recording of new material; their own inimitable brand of synth-pop now honed to polished perfection thanks to the handful of headline shows the band have already enjoyed this year.
Latest offering ‘Call Me When It’s Over’ sees the band’s heartfelt lyricism paired with their trademark synth/guitar combo in a dichotomy of wistful longing and unequivocal optimism. Though undeniably Bayonet, it signals the beginning of the next step in the career, their aforementioned chemistry and musicality evident from the track’s outset.
2016 was a huge year for the band, one which saw them sell out various venues, wow crowds at both the Dot to Dot and Tramlines festivals and release four rapturously received singles. Most bands would struggle to top that, however, Bayonet aren’t most bands, and though each single has been stronger than the last, there seems to be no glass ceiling in sight.
Bayonet comprise of vocalist/guitarist Lewis Cain, vocalist/guitarist Vince Ringrose, bassist Danny Higgins, and drummer Sam Chapman.
‘CALL ME WHEN IT’S OVER’, THE NEW SINGLE FROM BAYONET, IS AVAILABLE NOW ON ALL PLATFORMS.
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