“… a short and sweet slice of alt-rock goodness.”– Artrocker
“… this Dundonian five-piece could well end up as the next Therapy?.” – The Metro
Scary People have released their latest single, Black Eyes, out now via RedRoom Recordings.
Black Eyes is very much in keeping with the guitar and distortion heavy, gut-punching alternative rock sound Scary People have mastered and made their own since their humble beginnings as a band thrown together in less than a week to play a support slot in front of a sold out crowd.
For this outing they’ve enlisted producer Matt Lawrence to supply the skills he used working with the likes of Feeder, The Rolling Stones and Foals to take their sound to the next level. The counter-play between guitars, drums and lead vocalist Daniel Forouhar’s distinctive voice creates a tapestry of distortion that rises above the chaos of noise to reveal a technically brilliant, and deliciously dirty, slice of hard rock.
The release of Black Eyes ensures an exciting end to a very productive year. EP Chicago! created a buzz around Scary People that saw them pick up support form the likes of The Skinny, Artrocker, The Daily Record, The Metro and BBC Introducing leading to a number of festival appearances, most notably T in the Park and Wickerman.
Black Eyes is released today via RedRoom Recordings and is available to buy digitally on iTunes.