Listen: Demob Happy share saucy new track ‘Less Is More’

Demob Happy share saucy new track ‘Less Is More’

It’s the trio’s first material since last year’s second LP ‘Holy Doom’.

It’s been a good six months for Brighton riff-mongers Demob Happy.

Following the release of top notch second LP ‘Holy Doom’, the band spent the tail end of 2018 playing around the US before coming back to support none other than Jack White.

And now, ahead of their own headline tour later this month, the band have shared the first new material since said album: the saucy, snarling ‘Less Is More’.

Speaking of the new track, frontman Matthew Marcantonio says: “It looks like less, but it sounds like more. You can dissolve it any way you need to, but for us it wasn’t literal. We threw our all at it, doing things that made us uncomfortable, because you wither and die if you don’t keep moving. There’s so much hidden away on this record you’d think we were joking, but we aren’t. Less is More, more or less…”

So that explains that one, then!

Listen to the track below, and catch Demob on the road at one of the following dates.

FEBRUARY
24 Manchester Soup Kitchen
25 Birmingham O2 Institute
26 Edinburgh Sneaky Pete’s
27 Newcastle Northumbria Institute 2

MARCH
01 London Garage
02 Brighton Concorde 2

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