Get Inuit reveal their childish side on latest single, ‘All My Friends’

Spring is now finally here (!), and with festival season now almost upon us, you can almost the smell the signature sickly scent of adolescent sweat, cheap cider and overpriced fast food…Now first things first, you’re going to need a new summer playlist. But when ‘T-Shirt Weather’ has inevitably lost its boozey charm, where do you turn for certified ‘indie’ bangers?

(Image courtesy of Dork Magazine)

Well, you need look no further than self-declared “Dirty Pop” misfits, Get Inuit (no affiliation to eskimos intended). Serving a giddy blend of surf-inspired power-pop (Think Rivers Cuomo fronting Vampire Weekend), this Kent-based four-piece are favourites of fellow garage punk purveyors Spring King, as well as VANT, Slaves, PUP,  and even DZ Deathrays! After a fittingly chaotic sub-headline set on the Dork stage at this year’s Live at Leeds, and with their biggest headline show yet pencilled in for later this month, Get Inuit  have shared their latest cut of gruff indie pop in brand new single ‘All My Friends’.

(Image courtesy of Dork Magazine)

A helpless plea towards impending adulthood, ‘All My Friends’ possesses the same bitter, sarcastic swagger as the band’s previous releases, yet reveals itself to be a knockout double dose of bouncy surf pop, with no comedown in sight. Dripping with icy, black humour, and a devilishly rebellious spirit, ‘All My Friends’ provides a much needed kickstart to that summer feeling. The release comes alongside a handsomely presented lyric video (designed and produced by drummer Rob Simpson, no less), so you can learn ALL the words for yourself before festival season starts. Watch it in the player below.


Get Inuit are set to headline London’s Dingwalls on May 25th, with support from Essex garage pop outfit SuperGlu and London locals Slowlights, you’d be mad to miss it. You can but tickets through the link just here! Can’t wait that long? They’ll also be heading out in support of Clean Cut Kid ahead of their album headline tour, starting next week. Stream ‘All My Friends’ through the Spotify link below:


Words by Joe Bulger

Featured image courtesy of the band’s Twitter page, photo by Phoebe Fox

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