Hailing from the heart of the British countryside, Chesterfield, Indie Poppers TRASH kick off the summer with their bouncing feel-good single, taken from their upcoming EP, ‘Migraines’.
Silky guitar tones and buoyant melodies, drawing comparisons to those of Peace and The Drums, convey the clear intent TRASH have to infiltrate the Indie scene. Having been referred to in the past as slacker -glitter-teenage pop, the confident ensemble would rather be known as just TRASH: The band that changed pop music.
The quartet, made up of Daniel Longmore (vocals, guitar), Tom Barton (bass), Evan Martin (guitar) and Bradely Weston (drums) release ‘Migraines’ in preparation for their festival shows coming up this season, including Y Not Festival and Tramlines.
Cementing their brand and sound into the malleable, soft brains of teenage Indie kids was made much easier over the past year as a result of support slots for the likes of RATBOY and Clean Cut Kid. Plenty of opportunities seem to be heading the way of TRASH and plenty of opportunities are heading your way in terms of seeing them. Upcoming shows in London, Manchester, Stockton, Sheffield and Derby highlight the road to success TRASH seem to be paving themselves.
‘Migraines’ was released 13th of June via Clue Records, a powerful force in the North boasting a roster including Allusondrugs and NARCS. The single is taken from TRASH’s self-titled EP and will be available on all the usual digital platforms (as well as 10” vinyl).
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Catch TRASH live here:
23 July – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
30 July – Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
05 Oct – The Lock Tavern, London
07 Oct – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester
20 Oct – Ku Bar, Stockton
21 Oct – The Leadmill, Sheffield
26 Oct – The Venue, Derby