Lay Down The Law
The new single, Lay Down The Law, has been the singalong standout staple of the live set last seen on sold out shows supporting The Rakes and The Automatic. Matt has been writing songs since he was four, bouncing tracks on a fisher-price tape recorder like some mini-Epworth. Finally forming the band in 2003 with Ollie Thomas (guitar), Max Tite (bass) and Jimmy G (drums), they all lived in a flat next door to a Guildford brothel with paper thin walls, and appropriated their neighbours constant banging for Lay Down The Law's backbeat, giving a whole new meaning to 120 bpm. "All these weird middle aged blokes were forever in and out, we used to watch as the police, who were just as dodgy, came round in unmarked cars. I don't reckon they were in there just to close them down either." says Matt.
The band are going to the USA later this month to begin recording their debut album, with a quick trip back to play the Carling Stage at Reading and Leeds festivals.
Lay Down The Law was produced by Jim Abiss (Editors, Kasabian, Arctic Monkeys) and will be a very limited (500 only) Degenerate Music 7" vinyl release, with a free sticker, new b-sides and a four track digital package through the usual channels.
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