Click On This: Malady, Do Nothing, Dutch Mustard & More!

‘Click On This’ is a collection of favourite songs here at Click HQ. This ongoing project shall be updated each Sunday. Have a suggestion? Want your music feature? Do let us know! You can follow daily via our Instagram stories (ClickMusic_UK) or via the Spotify link below:

 

Do Nothing – Gangs

This band are all the craze in Notitngham right now, they lead an ever growing scene of musicians and artists. ‘Gangs’ is their best work to date, think The Strokes meets The Stooges. Sensational!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBandDoNothing/

 

Malady – Famous Last Words

A jangly guitar riffs meets punching drum beats and limitless vocals. Malady are taking South London by storm right now!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maladymaladymalady/

 

Dutch Mustard – Taste It

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Taste It is a charming, laid back number. In truth, it is punching, especially in the live setting.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DutchMustard/

 

Passive – Get A Life

A dreamy indie anthem. From Guitar riffs to echoey vocals, this one wouldn’t sound out of place in any festival field.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wearepassive

 

Seagirls – Closer

Ironically, ‘Closer’ is not only the title of Seagirls’ latest single, but also a adjective to describe how far away their anticipated debut album is. It is atmospheric and upbeat, as you’d expect.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sonicseagirls/

 

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