Premiering on ICM is indie trio Sleep Patterns who have released a video for their debut single ‘Hungry for the Holy Cow’.
The Birmingham-based three-piece formed about a year ago by brothers Dan and Jamie Sheridan who churn out a dreamy indie pop sound with melodic guitar riffs. Recently Tyrone Johnston has joined as the drummer.
Taking influence from Radiohead, Mac DeMarco and The Smiths, the debut cut ‘Hungry for the Holy Cow’ has reverb-drenched guitar and vocals, eccentric lyrics and infectious drumbeats.
The video sees the trio in white boiler suits in what looks like a living room before moving to a rooftop to throw multi-coloured paint at each other.
The song was recorded at the Magic Garden studio in Wolverhampton by Gavin Monaghan. ‘Hungry for the Holy Cow’ is released on November 30th.
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