London noise rock quartet Struggles With Syntax have dropped an enjoyable video for ‘Monday Bluez’, the final track on their third EP, ‘UK Garage Floor Fillers Vol. 4’, which they released in October on Leeds label MUZAI. The song addresses the dissatisfaction that many people feel with 9-to-5 life and the video features the band’s four members trying to hold a virtual dinner party via a video conferencing group call from which they all drop out due to broadband quality issues at various points. Vocally, the track should appeal to fans of bands like Future of the Left and tunic, whilst its synth elements are reminiscent of noise rock supergroup Human Impact. Check it out below.
Aptly enough given the video’s subject matter, Struggles With Syntax are currently figuring out the mechanics of how to record their debut full-length album remotely. Good luck, lads. If you like ‘Monday Bluez’, the band’s first two EPs are available to download here.
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