No Policy share crunching new cut, "Catch Ya Later"

If you asked me about the music scene in Central America I would know absolutely nothing about it, but I feel like I need to delve into it more after hearing No Policy's latest offering. The duo hail from Managua which is the capital of Nicaragua and has been influenced by Garage-Rock from the 00s by the sounds of it. 

The duo formed of Rodrigo Lumbi (vocalist), and Jerry Castillo (drummer) do all of the production, mixing and mastering too - making this a proper DIY rock duo.

"Catch Ya Later" is their third single since the band formed and it's a crunching take on Garage-Rock with some of The Hives influences creeping through to keep the listener hanging on. With some scuzzy guitar tones added in here and there, the track really becomes whole with the yelping vocals that gives us big early Bloc Party vibes.

What No Policy have done here is bridge the gap between the Garage, Indie and Post-Punk-Revival subgenres of Rock, and they've done it in such a way that'll have listeners going right into their back catalogue for sure - I know as I certainly did!