Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Modern Guilt. I discovered this great band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I love the energy of their songs.
Energetic and captivating music, the guitars push together with the drums to create a cool rock sound. The singer, with his vintage timbre, adds to the sound of the band a particular charm.
If you like Greta Van Fleet, Dorothy etc Modern Guilt’s music is for you.
The melodic construction of the songs always keeps your attention high because there are many twists, and the chord progression is never trivial.
These are songs to drink all in one go as if they were a shot of tequila.
The band is releasing a new single on Nov 27, we encourage you to follow them on Spotify, Apple, Soundcloud, so you will not miss this amazing upcoming tune.
Get Along is The Modern Guilt’s upcoming single out on Nov 27th!
Rock to drink all in one go!
Following their “electrifying and gritty rock ‘n’ roll debut” (Indie Central Music) which legendary Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie hailed as a “real good song”, London’s Modern Guilt announce the release of their followup single ‘Get Along’ on Friday 27 November 2020.
Hotly tipped as one of the “best new bands” by tastemakers including This Feeling and Amazon Music, Modern Guilthave once again teamed up with producer Mikey Buckley to deliver yet another bold guitar anthem, combining influences ranging from 60s/70s Garage Rock, to Soul, and Indie.
‘Get Along’ will be accompanied by a promo video created by French illustrator Mathieu Colard, due for release in January 2021.
Modern Guilt – Jaz (vocals/guitar), Andreas Podda (lead guitar), Scott Thomson (drums), Glyn Evans (keys/organs)and Dan Williams (bass) – “have kicked off their career in ideal style” (AAA Backstage) with their debut ‘Hoping ForThe Hoping’, and new single ‘Get Along’ is sure to further add to the excitement building around the band.
‘Get Along’ is released digitally worldwide on Friday 27 November 2020, and features artwork designed by Edinburgh based Marinello Studio.