Of ‘Snakes’ inspirations, guitarist/vocalist Max Watt comments: “It’s a raw reactionary track about being fu**ked over. Y’know that feeling when everyone’s bull****ting you, and once they’re done using you they have no interest left, and the whole time you may as well have been talking to a wall? That. Everyone can relate in some form, I think.””Seep Away’s sound blends the aggression and power of early Black Flag with the raw energy of Melvins. Formed in late 2015, the four-piece have been working steadily to build a solid live reputation, with a second EP expected before the end of 2016.
‘Snakes’ is available to buy exclusively from the band’s Bandcamp page from May 23 – https://seepaway.bandcamp.
Seep Away is: Jay Sillence (vocals), Max Watt (guitar, vocals), Dani Barge (bass) and Dom Smith (drums).
Catch the band live on the following dates:
14 – Star & Garter, Manchester (with Asylum City Zoo)
25 – Rebellion, Manchester (headline show)
29 – Fulford Arms, York (with One Way Street)
10 – Fulford Arms, York (with Cannibal Animal)