TRASH have dropped Workout – set to be released 1st April 2016.
Workout has been showcased live already during their recent tour with Plaza, it has been described as: “One of the best debuts you’ll hear this year.” (Line Of Best Fit).
It would be unfair to disagree with that statement – the track opens with scratchy guitars before bursting into a spacey, dreamy indie-pop gem.
Crooning vocals telling tales of anxiety, friends and the answer being at the bottom of the bottle are present in the four-ish minute anthem.
Slick riffs and quick tempo bass give the overall track a fun feel even though Daniel Longmore’s lyrics say: “Why’d you have to go? Will I ever know?” Quite like The Smiths Girlfriend In A Coma juxtaposition.
Bradley Weston’s drums are tight and command Workout alongside Tom Barton’s plucky bass. These combined with Evan Martin’s prominent guitar make the track ridiculously catchy and it will leave you wanting more from the Chesterfield-four-piece.
Workout was recorded with Alex Greaves at Peak Studio (Bradford) and mastered by Robin Schmidt (Wolf Alice, The 1975, Two Door Cinema Club, Bill Ryder-Jones).
Clue Records release Workout on April 1 as a digital download.