The Greyhound Factory unveil upbeat new single, "New Year's Eve"

Cambridge based quartet The Greyhound Factory have recently unveiled their upbeat new single, "New Year's Eve", which is something we all need as there's so much doom and gloom around the world. The single acts as the four-piece's fourth ever single and is a new version of their first-ever release back in 2018.
Americana tinted indie-rock with a distinctly British flavour.

The band has kept their charming sound since day one and you can hear some of their influences all over the place, from the bright and jangly tones associated with Sunflower Bean and The Lemon Twigs, with loads of comparisons against the former of the two.

They've not forgotten about their roots here with plenty of Americana tinted vocal effects and melodies laced from start to finish with it sounding like something Bombay Bicycle Club would write, it's so positive it can easily put you in a good mood.
Speaking about the song, songwriter Ryan said - "We wanted to create a song that was packaged up like an upbeat party song, but really it’s for the person sitting at the back of the room on their GameBoy. And maybe everything is a bit poop for them - like they can’t get any further on Tetris passed the 41st level and then the DJ plays Level 42 and everything is shit!"

With love from a plethora of magazines, online outlets, and even BBC Introducing there's a lot to love about The Greyhound Factory. If they keep on releasing quality tunes such as "New Year's Eve" then these four gents from Cambridge will be on everyone's lips when the live music scene kicks off again.