‘For The Night’ is the latest track to be taken from the forthcoming album Split In Two. It follows the recent single and album opener ‘Can You Feel It’, which introduces the new record with a slick grungy groove and swagger, as well as the previously releases singles ‘Friends House’ and ‘Wrong Track’, which offer a further taste of the dramatic fuzzy anthems and razor-sharp lyricism to be found on the album.
Split In Two has been produced by Julian Emery (Nothing But Thieves, Lissie) and mixed by Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Ghost). The record has been inspired by the band’s successful yet gruelling life on the road, particularly in the US, which has seen them play arenas across North America, but also the challenges the band has faced within the industry.
This feeds into the sound of the record which showcases the band’s live dynamics, infused with industrial tones, Americana-esque moments and 70s rock colours.
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“‘Split In Two’ is too good from Broken Hands” - Jack Saunders, Radio 1
“These Kent rockers aren’t messing about… a luscious concoction of let-it-all out prog-rock” - Metro
“Bold mini-anthems with subtle experimental undercurrents” - NME
“Soulful vocals over bluesy and heavy riffs” - Consequence Of Sound
“A visceral rock nugget that powers to a dramatic final.” - Clash