‘Dirt’ is the latest work of the fuzzed-up power pop from the quintet that's shot through with a rush of melancholy.
"We follow the daily life of a stoic elephant, trapped in the meat grinding 9-5 life – a cubicle native in search of relief. Wandering into the local pub for an open-mic, he musters up the courage (with a little help from a few pints) to pour out his heart to despondent drunks. It’s catchy and inspirational as hell."
The band were hand-picked for Glastonbury 2016 by a BBC panel to play their ‘Introducing’ stage and have racked up plenty of support at UK radio from the likes of Steve Lamacq at BBC 6 Music, Huw Stephens at BBC Radio 1 – for whom they recorded a Maida Vale live session - and John Kennedy at Radio X.
Watch the video for ‘Dirt’ below: