The Golden Age of TV / Engine - Television / And I Say (7" Single)
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Having only formed a little over year ago, Leeds quintet The Golden Age of TV have already made a huge impression with their razor sharp, whip smart and perfectly crafted indie pop. Talking about their new single, the band's singer Bea Fletcher explains: "Television is a tune that's been with us for a very long time. It's our thrashy baby and it's developed alongside us as we've matured, whether that's been by expanding our sonic arsenal with new bits of gear or just honing our writing ability. This has always been one of our favourite tunes to play live because its our chance to just cut loose and go mad. We've closed just about every set we've played with Television and now we feel it's finally at a point to be presented on record."
Joining them on this split 7" are electropop quartet Engine. Surfing in from the outer rim of Burley and noisily settling on the Meanwood Nebula, Engine continue to blaze an individual DIY trail in Leeds. The group combine sampled psychedelics with introverted songwriting of a bygone era. With their recent debut album Cucumber Water now and an ever growing live reputation including support slots with Connan Mockasin, Infinite Bisous and C Duncan under their belts, they've have moved forward with a driving, infectious, electronic groove ridden new flawless pop song And I Say.
1. Television - The Golden Age of TV
2. And I Say - Engine