Not many people are left standing by the end of All My Friends – which poetically reflects on the aimless angst being spat out by frontman Jamie Glass. I wanted to use lyrics that would alienate people that live inside their bubbles whilst constantly trying to rationalise all of the safe decisions they made to get to that point.”  The song looks upon “dead” friends and the way of life the band fight to avoid – an inner battle of a creative brain trying to justify itself.

Previous release ‘Barbiturates’ revealed the large scope and diversity the band have available in their repertoire, as well as furthering their support from Radio 1, with the track getting regular play on MistaJam and Huw Stephens‘ shows. The intentionally stop-start but adrenaline-fuelled track brought in new fans from the likes of Noisey and was dubbed by Dork as “the sort of anthem that signals just how big those stages are about to become.

See Get Inuit live and secure tickets for Dingwalls at the following –

DICE / Songkick / Seetickets / Gigantic

25th May – Dingwalls, London

8th July – 2000 Trees, Cheltenham

22nd July – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire

4th August – 110 Above, Twycross

12th September – Boardmasters, Cornwall

13th August – Picturedrome, Holfirth (w/ Ash)

15th August – Brickyard, Carlisle (w/ Ash)

16th August – The Welly Club, Hull (w/ Ash)

17th August – Central Station, Wrexham (w/ Ash)

19th August – Sin City, Swansea (w/ Ash)

20th August – Academy 2, Leicester (w/ Ash)

21st August – Chinnery’s, Southend-on-Sea (w/ Ash)

23rd August – Concorde 2, Brighton (w/ Ash)

24th August – Cheese & Grain (w/ Ash)

3rd September – Bingley Music Live, Yorkshire

23rd September – Underground Festival, Gloucester

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Featured image courtesy of Phoebe Fox.

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



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