Manchester knows a thing or two about indie/dance music. More than you think, actually….
And these local lads are here with their take on that particular scene. Who are they, you ask???
They are Saytr Play, and this is their new single, Fragile. A song that tells of inner conflict and mental health concerns, but told with an upbeat tempo and the encouragement to, “Shout it out!”, tells you all you need to know about how the bad times can be better times.
This is a great little number from these guys, and certainly well worth keeping a close eye on. It’s also worth mentioning Joe Cross (Courteeners Bass Player and Producer) has done a sterling job on production duties.
Led by wild and captivating front-man Fred Farrell, Saytr Play are known for delivering an astonishing live show. Over the past few years the band have performed several headline shows at some of Manchester’s most iconic music venues as well as appearing Brighton’s The Great Escape Festival. This weekend they played Tramlines in Sheffield and this coming weekend they appear at Kendal Calling.
Catch Saytr Play at Kendal Calling, the festival starts tomorrow (Thursday 26th July) till Sunday 29th July
And also catch them at the Trashed TV Live opening at The Bread Shed in Manchester on Thursday 6th September
Catch Saytr Play live:
27th July – Kendal Calling
17th August – Star And Garter, Manchester
25th August – Goose Green, Altrincham
6th September – The Bread Shed, Manchester. Trashed TV
17th September – Preston Guild Hall (Supporting Scouting for Girls)