London quartet Sad Boys Club feature on the ICM Ones To Watch list today just as they tease what could be coming.
The band recently released their new EP Four Shades of the Transitional Phase for their London headline show at Colours Hoxton packed with fire and angst. The electrifying EP has great flair and energy, which is the perfect concoction for an indie rock anthem.
Speaking before its release, the band said: “Compared to our previous work it’s more autobiographical and honest, we’ve tried to create something both intimate and grand that plays unashamedly off our occasional sentimentality – it’s an emo-tinged indie record that’s tried to stay away from too much irony. I don’t know. I don’t really feel like it’s too much my place to say; it’s less than 15 minutes long, just give it a whirl. And then buy a t-shirt.”
With melodic and elegant singles such as ‘Dead Fridays’ and ‘Kukachu’ under their belts, Sad Boys Club show a lot of promise which everyone is dying to see in 2020.
The suspense is in the air and it’s killing us. When the quartet play their upcoming shows at the end of the month, we’re hoping more light will be shed on what’s in store for this exciting indie rock band.
They’ll be in action in Paris for Supersonic (January 28th) and Reading for Independent Venue Week (February 1st). Rate Sad Boys Club out of 10 now!