British Post Punks Grieving Share ‘Ownership’

grieving band of the day

Demonstrations  EP is set for release in July.

Cambridge based punks Grieving have shared ‘Ownership’, a track that sees them meld dual vocalled post-hardcore with raw 90s indie rock. A finely balanced mixture of melody and sharpened guitars that is tense and angular, the track is set to be included on the group’s upcoming debut six song EP Demonstrations. It follows the release of the outfit’s more anthemic debut track ‘No Sleep’ which was championed by The Fader last month.

“This was a big shift musically from our first track, ‘No Sleep’, and I’m sure we’ll take another shift on the next, “says the group of the track. “There’s definitely a Dischord / Touch & Go feel to some of those guitars and any imperfections here are what makes it what it is. The vocals were done in one or two takes, and were the last to be put to tape of the six demos we recorded, so you can hear that rawness in there. There are some dark themes lyrically but then there’s melody and warmth too. Hooks will always be an important part of what we do.”

The band will play the following dates w/

Post War Glamour Girls at The Corner House, Cambridge on 27th May
F A L L S at The Old Blue Last, London on May 30th.

Follow Grieving on Facebook.

Follow Overblown on Facebook and Twitter.