Click On This: Lazarus Kane, The C33s, F4ÇADE & More!

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

 

Lazarus Kane – Narcissus

There is something quite intense about Lazarus Kane, perhaps the sense ironic gratification of self-worth in debut single ‘Narcissus.’ It oozes eery confidences, a menacing outing for a band taking London by storm. Quite frankly, they are the most interesting live prospect 2019 has offered thus far.

 

The C33s – Resurrection Men

The C33s have somewhat of an aura, nostalgic yet thoroughly relevant. Their latest single ‘Resurrection Men’ is a phoneme. Released via the amazing These Bloody Thieves Records, it boasts their exceptional, punk-fuelled talent. They are destined to the top!

 

F4ÇADE – Carpet

F4ÇADE hold ethereal qualities, mystical qualities so to speak. From their name to their sound, they are the beholders of a unique aura. ‘Carpet’ boasts all of said qualities, it’s ever-developing sound metaphorically grows in time. It is desperately impressive!

 

Luc Seacroft – The World

Luc Seacroft’s What Do You See? is an exciting new musical introduction. Synths and lyrics entwine with the boundaries of the sonisphere in ‘The World.’ The LP’s introductory track has a mystifying texture bed, one which oozes aural weightlessness. 

 

 

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