Kid Violet drop anthemic new cut "Release"

London based quintet Kid Violet have recently dropped their atmospheric and anthemic new cut "Release". The single is the first since their effort "Revolution Eyes" which came out earlier on in the year. The new cut was  recorded and mixed in a day at 1-2-3 Studios in Peckham - the very same studio that Foals recorded their previous two LPs.

Speaking about the band's sound, vocalist Billy says - "Our music is ready to pull at your heartstrings and blow your face off in a matter of seconds."

The vocals on "Release" remind me of Algiers if they weren't as angry mixed with The Verve's Richard Ashcroft, behind it all is some great instrumentation. Delicate bass lines with simplistic yet gorgeous drum fills with some soaring guitars that shine above it all like a beacon.

If I were to pigeon-hole the band I couldn't, they're in that blurry line between Post-Rock, Brit-Pop and Modern Rock (a-la Arctic Monkeys). The band have already penned in to record their debut EP in August with Gavin Monaghan who has produced recent albums for Editors, The Sherlocks and The Blinders - so we know big things are to come.

With the right people behind them they can be one of the biggest Indie bands to break out from London in the coming years, the ending of the song is filled with bursts of energy, which gives the listener a long lasting impression. Kid Violet, remember the name.