Track: London quartet Little Grim release new single, Vice

Out on February 23rd is the new and debut single from London quartet Little Grim. Called ‘Vice’, lead singer and guitarist of the band Joseph Murphy describes the story behind the record as “Vice is a song based on jealousy. Like a neon light leaves a distorted impression under your eyelids, I feel jealousy distorts your perspective. It’s that guy in the club who tries to steal your girlfriend after you’ve had one too many drinks. The song progresses through a sequence of thoughts and emotions of acknowledgement, jealousy, anger, confusion, sorrow and regret. Hence the dramatic change towards the end of the track.”

Certainly, there’s a certain angst about the record, this anxious repetitive guitar line catching the ear over the pulsating backing, as Murphy lays down this typically trippy vocal. As it continues, so it ebbs and flows with this biting neo-psych vibe, which mixes well this this greyer post-rock sounds they portray. There is little surprise that Ollie and Liam from the band Furs were involved in the recording.

Keep an eye on Little Grim, they’re a band on the up. Check out the trippy video that accompanies the track, here


29th January- Boileroom, GUILDFORD

7th February, Q Bar, REDHILL

19th February – Proud Galleries, LONDON

20th February – Facebar, READING

25th March – Shipping Forecast, LIVERPOOL

More date TBC

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