Youth Sector release new single ‘Renting Spaces In My World’

June 23, 2019
Julia Nala

Brighton post-punks Youth Sector explode onto the scene with new release ‘Renting Spaces In My World’

Brighton’s latest post-punk exports Youth Sector explode onto the scene with swashbuckling new release Renting Spaces In My World, out June 21st.

Offering up a unique blend of drawling vocal melodies sashaying above sharp, crooked guitars, the quintet incorporate the influences of Talking Heads, Devo andPreoccupations with howling ‘80s-esque synths and angry driving bass lines to create a thrilling indie anthem bursting with tenacity.
Renting Spaces In My World is about someone struggling to get to grips with reality”, the band revealed. “The lyrics tell the story of someone who, in their own grandiose delusion believes they own the whole world and all other people are like paying customers, renting the opportunity to exist within it”.
With their early releases having received widespread tastemaker approval and spins across the airwaves (BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music), not to mention an esteemed list of support slots alongside acts including Our Girl, King Nun and Goat Girl, the indie newcomers are primed for the spotlight and eager to take full advantage.
Youth Sector’s Renting Spaces In My World was released 21st June and will be available via all digital platforms.


26 June – The Old Blue Last, London
13 July – Patterns, Brighton (Hidden Herd Festival)
Youth Sector is Nick Tompkins (guitar, vocals), Josh Doyle (bass), Brad Moore (guitar), Harvey Dent (synth), Karl Tomlin (drums)

Youth Sector


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