British Indie Quartet AFTER LONDON Breathe With Hope On Their New Funky Stroke ‘HURRICANE’

Daily electricity to load your batteries

1 June 2022

Who: London quartet producing a striking sound with
infectious hooks, truly unique delivery, and effortless swagger.


“Hurricane” is about coming up for air after a long time in deep water. It’s a commentary
on anxiety as our new age common plague – ‘pit in my stomach, learnt to serve it’, the dark undercurrent of technology – ‘white screen with a blue tick mural, your fix is somebody’s flaw though’ and genuine need for human contact ‘hard embrace, saves the intervention’. Best listened to on a late-night drive.”

Artwork single

Turn Up The Volume: The combination of a funky and foot-tapping groove,
a bouncy rhythmic, spry and soulful vocals by the band’s charismatic Amazon,
and a sprightly and sticky as A-1 glue chorus help you to breathe again in these
alarming times. Play it everywhere, any time. It’ll enliven your worrying state of
mind. Don’t miss this hopeful injection.

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Also streaming on Spotify

AFTER LONDON: Facebook – Instagram

(Pics via Roadkill Records, UK)

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