Listen: London trio Abjects share the fuzzy garage rock rumble of ‘The Secret’

London trio Abjects share the fuzzy garage rock rumble of ‘The Secret’

It comes ahead of the band’s debut LP ‘Never Give Up’.

Cribbing their members from all over the world (Japan, Spain and Italy specifically), now-London-dwelling trio Abjects have a melting pot of influences bubbling within them.

Their fuzzy garage rock, however, feels more American than anything. And it’s this insouciant, three-chord simplicity that runs through ‘The Secret.

The latest track to come ahead of forthcoming debut ‘Never Let Go’ (released 15th February), it’s a track that proves you don’t always need to throw too much shit at the wall to get something to stick.

Of the track, the band say: “‘The Secret’ is a song about trying to decipher what troubles someone’s mind. In the video, the observer is presented with a surrealist juxtaposition of bespoke and found moving images that guide them through a journey into the subconscious.”

Listen below.

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