White Room reveal Cannibal Song video, the second track from their 3rd AA release from forthcoming double EP Eight
Out now via Deltasonic Records
“Riffs-to-the-front rock with a psychedelic tint” – DIY Magazine
“Superb psychedelic pop music with a touch of dirt under its fingernails”– Clash
“Your new fave rock n’ roll band” – Wonderland
Brighton indie upstarts White Room have announced the release of psychedelic thrillerCannibal Song, taken from their upcoming double EP Eight out later this year via Deltasonic Records (The Coral, The Vryll Society).
Recent signees to the legendary Liverpool label, White Room’s nod to 60s psychedelic rock alongside more contemporary influences (Pond, Temples, Cage The Elephant) is evident throughout their new record Eight, a collection of songs that interlock conceptually, comprising similar themes such as forward thinking, hope, positivity and escape.
Inspired by the current social and political climate of the world and the uncertainty we all live with, the synergy between the lyrics and themes signified by 8 – the number of infinity – hints at the real depth within Eight, touching on aspects of joy, strength, balance and power in unity.
Discussing the sixth track from their forthcoming double EP, the band stated: ““Cannibal Song has a real childlike playfulness in the music and melody, which complements the more sinister, comedic lyrics. Together it makes a rather pretty little nightmare. For the video we wanted to incorporate inspiration from classic low budget horror films such as Texas Chainsaw Massacre and other 70s slasher movies. The DIY nature of the production and filming process, just us and a few of our mates, really lends itself to that style.”
The band will be heading out on their debut headline UK tour this November, showcasing the record in its entirety as the band envisioned, including new material unreleased at the time of tour.
White Room’s Cannibal Song, is out now via Deltasonic Records and available on all platforms.
Debut Headline Tour
25 Nov – Live At Leeds Big In 2018 Showcase
27 Nov – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
28 Nov – The Shacklewell Arms, London
29 Nov – Actress & Bishop, Birmingham
30 Nov – The Magnet, Liverpool
02 Dec – The Eagle Inn, Manchester