Leeds (well at least partly) garage/psych rockers Heavy Syrup are about to released their debut album, iving In Leeds, out via Nottingham label Gringo Records (Hookworms, Sauna Youth, That Fucking Tank, Part Chimp). From it they’ve released a new video for the track Heavy Syrup, a heavy, driving slabl of garage psych thats full of piercing guitar noise, thwacking basslines (I’ve always wanted to find a bassline that thwacked) splashy drums and a healthy dose of organ. Its somewhere between the Go-Go’s and Sabbath. Yeah, that good.

Today, the band has shared new single ‘Heavy Syrup’, and say of it, “The song Heavy Syrup considers that the red barn murders in Suffolk were in fact an elaborate publicity stunt by Maria Marten herself, substituting blood for a heavy fig syrup. This notorious nineteenth century murder story inspired a particularly nasty spate of 21st century street gangs which have sprung up nationwide. In this television expose, presenters speak to a former member about his experiences within the bosom of the gang.” Watch it below…