Bright Young People

Bright Young People

North Wales guitar bandits, Bright Young People have come knocking firmly at the door with new single ‘Suppress Happiness’. Due for release on Friday 17th March 2017; watch the video for it below.

The Rhyl 3-piece made such an overwhelming first impression on Gary Powell of The Libertines that he signed them up to his label 25 Hour Convenience Store on the spot after witnessing their near-riotous show at London’s Shacklewell Arms last year. Their latest offering sees the trio ramp their engines up to full throttle as they rock out with all guns blazing.

Lead singer and guitarist Lee Dawson explains how he sees the song playing out: “I personally want people to paint their own picture of the content on the song, sometimes it’s best to not give too much away. I suppose you can say the chorus ‘Yeah come on and use me have some fun’ can mean a person being taken advantage of for money; being manipulated or blackmailed in some way. Also it’s about realising nothing is around forever, ie. the lyric ‘I know every breath I take, one more I lose.

This new single ‘Suppress Happiness’ was recorded & produced by former Vibrators guitarist Pat Collier, further cementing Bright Young People as hitting it hard and fast with their rapid ascent into the world of dirty-as-you-like rock and roll. Long may it continue.

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