Southend indie-pop band Youth Club have just released their follow up to their 2015 EP Brothers with new single ‘Sorry’, a catchy indie-pop song with soulful vocals and a danceable beat that will definitely get stuck in your head – in a good way.
Youth Club first emerged in the independent music scene in 2014 with their self released EP Colours, introducing their feel-good sound of intricate guitars and strong beats. With their danceable sound they bring to mind bands like Two Door Cinema Club, as well as Theme Park, with a similarly tropical vibe to their music. Now signed with Lab Records, their second EP Brothers was released last year with slightly more edgy indie-pop, confirming them as a key upcoming band in the UK music scene.
The band are currently on tour across the UK with Young Kato, and will soon be announcing more headline dates for later in the year, including a show at London’s The Borderline (December 14th) that is guaranteed to be a top gig.
With an infectious chorus, ‘Sorry’ promises strong future releases from Youth Club, who are also the first Essex band to officially chart right next to Adele. Big things can certainly be expected.