Sheffield band Sheafs have dropped their new single “Thinking Out Loud”.

This new track is taken from their upcoming EP “Vox Pop”, which will be released 6th March via Blood Records. The band explain the meaning behind it “The idea was to capture the array of disorganised thoughts that often fill our heads throughout the day. The contrast of associating laundry and bigger world issues was one that we found interesting”.

Producer Tarek Musa has done a wonderful job in the solid drum beat and guitar feedback open the track before it breaks into the main riff which is the back bone of the song taken up on guitar and bass. The bass led break down is a highlight. With lyrics touching on the disillusionment of youth and the pressures of the modern world it all gets wonderfully chaotic towards the end with some well controlled guitar feedback.

Catch them live as follows:

Wednesday March 4th – London, Grace
Friday March 6th – Manchester, Gulliver’s
Saturday March 7th – Nottingham, Bodega / SOLD OUT
Thursday March 12th – Sheffield, Cafe Totem / SOLD OUT
Friday March 13th – Sheffield, Cafe Totem / SOLD OUT
Friday March 27th – Liverpool, O2 Academy*
Saturday March 28th – Birmingham, O2 Academy 2*
Saturday April 4th – Nottingham, Rock City *
Monday April 6th – Cambridge, Junction*
Tuesday April 7th – Sheffield, Foundry*
Saturday August 1st – Sheffield, Tramlines Festival

*supporting The Slow Readers Club

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