5th October: Indie Punk crew Youth Killed It has released their sophomore album ‘What’s So Great, Britain?’ via Rude Records. Featuring 12 tracks that capture a raw and impassioned rabble comparable to the likes of The Clash, Arctic Monkeys, and Blur, they return with more nostalgic 90’s riffs, stream-of-consciousness vocal deliveries, and charming hooks. Waxing lyrical on the current state of our society throughout, frontman Jack Murphy explains: “Everything I’ve experienced over the last 14 months led to the creation of this record. Things that affect and impact the life of someone in their 20’s – from society to relationships. It’s been a mad 18 months for Britain and my personal life in general, so I really put my heart on my sleeve with this one.” Get it here.
Youth Killed It have announced their support for The Frights as they embark on their first tour of the European mainland. They will be visting London, Manchester, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin, Cologne and Paris at the end of November!