Groovy guitar rock from Manchester quartet Big Society


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Manchester quartet Big Society release their sophomore single ‘Marine Club Party’ through CRC Records.

The indie rock band drown in a titillating blend of fuzzy guitars and delicate infatuations of want. Produced by ex-Vaccines member Pete Robertson, ‘Marine Club Party’ is a song “inspired by The Motorboat Club on the Leith Docks, a hub of clunky teenage debauchery and botched attempts at romance”, say the band.

The track is a fantastic live rendition; it’s something that’s powerful, enticing and perfectly intoxicating. You’re bound to be getting the melodies stuck in your head with this blend of indie pop and rock sounds.

Having already appeared at Live At Leeds, The Great Escape, and Hit The North festivals this year, you’ll be able to catch Big Society later this summer when they join Bob Dylan and Neil Young in Hyde Park, plus also at Standon Calling and Cotton Clouds Festival.

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