Industrial and sinister post-punk sounds collide in gritty yet sparkling fashion on Nasty Little Lonely‘s latest track, ‘Glitter’. Hailing from the Bristol scene that recently spat Idles into the music world’s consciousness, the trio are inspired by the likes of MX-80, and have shared stages with The Wytches, Idles, Part Chimp, God Damn, Bo Ningen and Lydia Lunch.
Despite it’s glamorous namesake, ‘Glitter’ is a track drenched in introspection and anxiety, examining the mental strains of being a performer. It recounts the moments of exhilaration on stage that often come at the cost of a great deal of stress, and abrasively explores whether the highs would be as powerful without the lows.
The band are following the single release with a run of shows, including one with Evil Blizzard, and an appearance at Wrong Festival, sharing a stage with Future of the Left, Damo Suzuki, Gnod, Kagoule and more. Check out the gig dates below, and follow Nasty Little Lonely on Facebook for more updates.
UK Tour Dates 2018
10/2 – Underworld – London w/Evil Blizzard
31/3 – Wagon and Horses – Birmingham
5/4 – Heroes – Worcester
12/4 – The Windmill – Brixton
28/4 – Wrong Festival – Liverpool w/Future of the Left, Damo Suzuki, Gnod, Kagoule + More