Flat Party reveal politically charged indie cut ‘Hindsight’

London sextet Flat Party have released their politically charged new single ‘Hindsight’ – the latest taste of their eponymous debut EP – out 19th January via Submarine Cat Records.

This new cut is rich in noughties tendencies, a polished take on a gone-but-never-forgotten era, Flat Party injecting it with new life, new influence and modern sheen. With a closing passage akin to the theatrics of David Bowie, ‘Hindsight’ is packed full of plucky guitars and plenty of hooks. Lyrically this track is discussing subpar leadership and the hateful policies of the British government.

Submarine Cat Records is also home to the likes of FEET, Swim Deep & Home Counties.

“Our generation is often seen as this group of people who moan for no reason,” says vocalist Jack Lawther. “But it really does feel like we’ve got absolutely no power to try and shift things for the better.”

Check out ‘Hindsight’s video below.

Photo credit: Mat Scott

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