Allusondrugs – Nervous

Allusondrugs Promo 1

UK alternative rock band Allusondrugs continue their very impressive and striking emergence, already signposted by two previous riveting singles, with a third in the tasty shape of the tantalising and bewitching Nervous. Providing another side and hue to their adventure and sound, the new single is a fire which smoulders just as potently as it blazes with stirring sonic flames. It also confirms that this is a band on the verge of potentially major horizons given the right opportunities and hearts to enthral.

Formed in 2012 and hailing from Castleford in West Yorkshire, the quintet has taken little time in capturing the passions locally and further afield with previous singles Plasters and the following MyCat/Fruit, as well as their highly thought of energetic live presence. The underground and main media has not been slow in embracing Allusondrugs either, a hug which you know will only get tighter as Nervous works its way around defences. Released like its predecessors on Clue Records, the band’s third single adds another magnetic piece to the jigsaw that is Allusondrugs’ sound. Every release has been distinctly different but openly related and you sense still only offers an incomplete picture of the band’s instinctive invention and aural canvas.

Nervous opens with jabbing beats to which a sonic swarm of melodic enticing drapes its temptation, the guitars weaving an acidic NERVOUS Front Covercoaxing which soars across the emerging scenery of the song. With dark bass shadows adding to the premise, it is a gripping entrance which just as swiftly as it seduces is transformed into a minimalistic sultry landscape which the still potent rhythms and lingering tendrils of melodies enrich as glorious vocals and harmonies expressively colour the new climate. The track at this point is like a mix of The Walker Brothers and The Pixies offering a sixties croon aligned to a sirenesque surf and psyche rock fusion. It is irresistibly mesmeric which the subsequent grunge bred eruptions only accentuates as they roar with the creative endeavour the band showed they were so efficient at in the last single. Impossibly infectious and healthily addictive, the song is a transfixing treat easily matching the might of its predecessors.

The lead song is accompanied by the similarly impressive and thrilling Handicapped, a wicked lure of noise rock which worms its way under the skin and into the heart within its opening seconds. A deviously contagious groove nags and squirms venomously around the senses first before grouchy beats join its toxic brilliance. It is not long before the heavy throated bass and additional caustic scrub of guitar add to the virulent erosion which is washed by again strikingly melodic and refreshing vocals with courting harmonies. There is a sense of UK band Jingo and US rockers Solar Halos to the evolving narrative of the song, strong spices in something which is unique and incredibly compelling, especially with its vein of Eastern mystique which whispers provocatively from within the fiery encounter.

Completed with an acoustic demo version of Nervous, the single is another simply sensational incitement from Allusondrugs, a band where only bad decisions and poor luck will stop them becoming one of the leading enticements of British rock.

Nervous is available digitally and as a limited edition CD run of 300 via Clue Records now!

https://www.facebook.com/Allusondrugs

UK Tour Dates:

30th May – Castleford – Black Bull (Headline Show)

31st May – Hertfordshire – Club 85 – Hitchin (w/ Fizzy Blood)

01st June – Oxford – Wheatsheaf (w/ Fizzy Blood)

04th June – Birmingham – Actress & Bishop (w/ Fizzy Blood)

05th June – Hereford – Herdsman (w/ Fizzy Blood)

06th June – Corby – Zombie Hut (w/ Fizzy Blood)

07th June = Lounge 41, Workington

10/10

RingMaster 21/05/2014

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