Track Of The Day: Scarlet – ‘Friends’

Scarlet are punching away lockdown loneliness with their latest post-punk single ‘Friends’ – dedicated to our NHS frontline heroes, and anybody who finds themselves struggling in this present situation. 

Scarlet have heavily reinforced their DIY ethos by pulling together their limited resources in order to create a unifying, energising anthem complete with a pulsating bass-line. Although the single reflects upon the emotional upheaval of isolation, we are not left to dwell on the negatives for too long, as it is difficult to resist bouncing along to the kicking riffs and soaring vocals of Jessie Robinson.  

The accompanying homemade video also does much to raise our spirits as Get In Her Ears favourites such as Salvation Jayne and Tiger Mimic, to name a few, showcase their moves with vigour. Within the space of just a few minutes Scarlet have proven with their latest hit that, despite isolation, we are all still united and making memories with one another is definitely still possible. 

Watch the uplifting new video for ‘Friends’ here:

Nicky Lee-Delisle

Photo Credit: Asupremeshot

Premiere: Salvation Jayne – ‘Jayne Doe’

Having exploded into our ears with previous singles ‘Burn It Down’ and ‘Cortez’, alt-rockers Salvation Jayne have now shared a riotous new single.

Inspired by feelings of loneliness, ‘Jayne Doe’ is propelled by immense, thrashing beats and a gritty, whirring scuzz as the raw, impassioned vocals of Chess Smith rage. Fuelled by a frenzied energy and catchy hooks, it builds to a ferocious climax, creating a blazing rock anthem, showcasing the driving power of the band’s live shows.

Listen to ‘Jayne Doe’, for the first time, here:

‘Jayne Doe’ is out 26th July.

Mari Lane

Track Of The Day: Salvation Jayne – ‘Cortez’

Formed back in 2013, alt-rockers Salvation Jayne have been fast building a reputation for their engaging live shows and gritty sound. Now, following tracks such as ‘Juno’ and ‘Burn It Down’, they’ve released a brand new video for single ‘Cortez’.

Inspired by TV shows such as American Horror Story and Dexter, ‘Cortez’ oozes a thrashing, raucous frenzy as the immense power of Chess Smith’s vocals soar alongside racing, riotous riffs and pummelling beats. An energy-fuelled classic rock anthem, it’ll blast into your ears and leave you longing for more of Salvation Jayne’s edgy sounds.

Watch the wonderfully creepy new video for ‘Cortez’ now:

‘Cortez’ is out now. Catch Salvation Jayne playing for us live at The Finsbury on 9th November – event info here.

Mari Lane