One of the most promising upcoming bands, Redfaces, have just released their new single, Wise Up
The track rolls along with an upbeat tempo, and with British summertime all but here, is the perfect feel-good music to have airing.
The Sheffield four-piece manage to cram an abundance of youthful energy into the three minutes, containing all that is good in indie-rock music.
Harry Lyon’s vocals are not unlike those of fellow Yorkshire stalwarts Milburn, both in delivery and tone, which are aided by some wonderful harmonies and delicious jangly guitar work.
It’s fun, catchy and possesses a certain swagger that commands you to get up and dance away care-free.
As the song says, rise up, and move along with the beat, because RedFaces are going places. The lads from the Steel City should be proud of their achievements. Full marks, boys
You can catch the RedFaces playing at Community Festival at Finsbury Park 1st July along with Catfish and the Bottlemen, Wombats, Slaves, Nothing But Theives, The Hunna, Darlia and Fickle Fiends. Get tickets here