“…buzzes with raw riffs and infectious hooks…” – Gigslutz
Four-piece indie rockers The Calm Fiasco return with their infectious, upbeat sound as they get set to release their EP The Fear, out on 24th March 2017 via Chewy Records.
The forthcoming EP release finds the band in scintillating form as they aim to build upon the success of their 2016 single Lose Control, picking up support from the likes Clash Magazine. Managing to convey an in-your-face attitude while producing memorable hooks and choruses, The Calm Fiasco have managed to create a record without losing the essence of an authentically raw, live performance. Taking inspiration from the angular, fuzzy riffs made famous by the likes of Television, and later The Strokes, allied to the contemporary indie-pop hooks of Two Door Cinema Club and Phoenix, The Fear is an impressive accomplishment achieved by a band who’s sound continues to progress with each and every release. This is apparent on tracks such as forthcoming single Sorry I’m Late Again and ‘Soursucker’; two tracks that wouldn’t sound out of place rocking the main stage of any summer festival. Driven bass lines are accented menacingly by swirling guitar pieces, effected vocals and catchy harmonies as The Calm Fiasco create a heady mix of indie, pop and rock with a Glaswegian twist.
Hailing from Glasgow and comprising Del Morin (lead vocals/guitar), Greg Totten (lead guitar/backing vocals), Harry Fleming (bass/backing vocals) and Andy McInnes (drums), the the band came together in 2012 after bonding over a shared love of music both past and present. Fast forward just a few years and they have already picked up a well of support from the likes of Clash Magazine, Little Indie Blogs, Gigslutz, Tenement TV, Amazing Radio, The Daily Record, The Sun and The Sunday Mail.
The Fear by The Calm Fiasco is set for release on 24th March 2017 via Chewy Records.