With their new EP ‘A Wealth Of Information’ out tomorrow via Moshi Moshi Records, Sunderland post-punk four-piece Roxy Girls are giving us a little taste of what’s to come with new track ‘Get Up (Seize The Day)’.
“’Get Up (Seize The Day)’ shares a message that is equally as important to our lives as to everyone else’s,” the band say. “People overthink and feel that some days their peers would do better without their presence, but often all it takes is that one footstep out of bed towards that first sip of shitty instant coffee to lay the foundation for a new, brighter day.”
Speaking on their new EP, frontman Tom Hawick adds, “A progression in musicianship and technicality, ‘A Wealth Of Information’ takes [debut mini-album] ‘A Poverty Of Attention; and flips it on its head. Focusing on the tropes of 21st century living and the mundanity that comes with it, these songs focus on themes that have, in one way or another, affected each mortal modern human life.”
Have a listen to ‘Get Up (Seize The Day)’ below.
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