“Birds And The Beez:” The Dunts’ Best Yet?

Following the release of hotly tipped single “Astroboy,” The Dunts spent much of the last few months in the studio. Here is the result: the wonderfully chaotic “Birds And The Beez.”

Opening with a heavy clash of guitar and bass, the new single wouldn’t sound out of place in the largest of indie club nights. Wonderfully resemblant of early Arctic Monkeys mixed with a dash of The View, The Dunts are a firm example of Scottish guitar revival.

The Dunts’ rise to relevance has coincided with touring and releases alike including debut EP “Fried.” They supported Redfaces on the Glasgow leg of a recent UK tour and will headline the world famous King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on May 20th 2017. The famous Scottish venue is known to have played host to some of the best upcoming UK talent in years gone by including Pulp, Blur and Oasis; if The Dunts have anything to do with it they will be next to be added to such an illustrious list.

They list inspirations ranging from The Libertines, The Strokes and Oasis to Mac Demarco, The Beatles, The Kinks and Brian Jonestown Massacre. Such inspirations can be seen within The Dunts’ sound however, the Glasgow band still have an ability to add a unique sense of originality to their releases. This is most obvious vocally, “Birds And The Beez” mixes strong lyrics and catchy hooks to ultimately coincide with its instrumental strengths.

It is fair to say that the single is even stronger in the live setting. Assuring crowd involvement and moshing alike, the single is both energetic and catchy. Overall, it displays all the qualities of a strong anthem. It is a firm example of The Dunts’ mass potential.

I urge you to catch The Dunts as soon as you can, their sound is energetic and chaotic for all the right reasons. Their upcoming set at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut is one not to be missed!

Check out “Birds And The Beez” below:


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