Brighton art-rockers Youth Sector release new single ‘Tonight’

October 27, 2019
Photo Credit: Julia Nala

Brighton art-rockers Youth Sector release new single ‘Tonight

Brighton art-rockers Youth Sector continue their charge to join the emerging indie elite with swaggering new cut Tonightset for release 25th October- out now amidst a backdrop of widespread critical acclaim.

Partnering up with esteemed producer Theo Verney (FUR, Egyptian Blue)Tonight sees the quintet double down on their ‘80s influences with a fresh and decisive step away from the brightness of previous release ‘Renting Spaces In My World’ into a more introspective and sombre tone, adorned with Tubeway Army-esque synthesiser and a vocal drawl reminiscent of New Order.

Discussing their newest effort, frontman Nick Tompkins stated: “This song aims to shed a light on the contagious quality of apathy in society, and how we favour small distractions in order to avoid confronting some of our toughest challenges. We’re seeing this constantly in the way the world deals with the climate crisis, where it only seems to be an urgent issue to those willing to make sacrifices while others are happy living in denial”.

With widespread tastemaker approval throughout the UK press (DIY, The Line Of Best Fit, Clash, Dork, Gigwise, So Young) and spins across the BBC Radio 1 (Huw Stephens, Abbie McCarthy) and 6 Music (Tom Robinson) airwaves, the indie newcomers are certainly making quite the early impression, with further new material ready to drop early 2020.

Live Dates
04 Nov – Rialto Theatre, Brighton (w/ The Queen’s Head)
07 Nov – The Victoria, Dalston (w/ Novacub) 
19 Nov – Head of Steam, Newcastle

Youth Sector is Nick Tompkins (guitar, vocals), Josh Doyle (bass), Brad Moore (guitar), Harvey Dent (synth), Karl Tomlin (drums)

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