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False Heads drop new single ‘Rabbit Hole’

False Heads press shot by Neil McCarty
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East London based rock group False Heads have just dropped their electric new single, Rabbit Hole, off their forthcoming debut album, It’s All There, But You’re Dreaming (out March 13). Rabbit Hole will pull you down spinning. The guitar is hard and hypnotic. As soon as it hits, you wont have a moment to think twice. The track starts abrupt, and doesn’t let up until it slams shut on the last beat. It’s an intense sonic trip.

Luke Griffiths, Barney Nash, and Jake Elliot have crafted a heart-pounding post-punk song that leans more toward TOOL than the Sex Pistols. But it still rips like punk, with the breathless, high-stakes vocals at the forefront. Rabbit Hole will have you diving head first straight into the chaos. You wont even care which way is up. Just embrace the recklessness, the confusion, and let False Heads guide the way.

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Kendra Brea Cooper

Kendra Brea Cooper is a freelance music journalist for Indie Is Not A Genre based out of Canada, Sustainable Stylist and Thrift Editor at PostModern.



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