Catchy guitar-led pop rock from the sunny seaside town of Brighton. Check out the review for their new EP, due out on the 3rd June.
Bursting with a youthful energy and presented in the glorious sound of guilt-free pop rock, Brighton’s latest hopefuls The New Union have got all the qualities you’d expect to find in any band-in-the-making. Their charming songwriting flaunts an abundance of liveliness, and the group manages to firmly grasp onto the core roots of exactly how to assemble a cracking pop song.
A tale of love and loss is delivered eloquently via the standout rhythm of ‘Staying Friends’, which leads to a triumphant concoction of echo-drenched guitars and simple – yet sincere – vocals. The distant addition of swirling synths and digital influence on ‘Rushing Thoughts’ provides a rich and compelling listening experience that you’ll find discreetly irresistible.
Leave behind any false pretense when it comes to these four tracks, because The New Union have basically given us a brilliantly honest and genuinely enjoyable debut.
Catch The New Union live at the MOSAIC MAGAZINE LAUNCH PARTY.
Words by Mosaic.