Youth Sector share latest single "Teeth"

Brighton based five-piece Youth Sector have recently shared their latest single "Teeth", which was the last release from them in 2020 following on from their debut EP.

Their tunes so far have been supported by the likes of BBC Radio, Amazing Radio, KCRW in the USA as well as having their tracks in big playlists such as Spotify's "Fresh Finds: Rock" 

A delightful Art-Rock cut with angular guitars and a wash of synths.

Taking influence from art school greats such DEVO, Parquet Courts, and Talking Heads, Youth Sector have really embraced their major influences to create a track that is full of wonderful vocals on top of a sound that's due for a revival - and maybe these five chaps will be at the forefront of the next wave of Art-Rock acts to break out.

The quintet has been releasing music since 2018 and the band enjoys solid numbers on their Spotify page with the biggest song to date being "Renting Spaces in my World", coming in at just shy of 50k plays. With around four thousand monthly listeners the quintet is sure to gain more plays and even more fans release by release.

Speaking about the new single the band says - "Lyrically the single explores the sinister magnetism of untrustworthy people and the way they can enter the lives of those vulnerable to their charms."

It really sounds like the Brighton quintet is making a name for themselves, and at this rate, it wouldn't be long before their known by a wider audience.