"In a music world of ‘junk food’ pop (quickly produced, poor quality and easily forgotten) I want to support alternative tracks I believe do deserve to be listened to"
Rising quartet Spilt Milk Society have dropped an indie pop anthem with their second single in the form of ‘Help Me Out‘ following their debut single ‘My Love‘ last year. The band, hailing from Wolverhampton, only formed 10 months and have already released an eponymous seven track EP.
‘Help Me Out‘ is built around clever lyrics, some addictive guitar hooks and a sharp sense of indie-pop melodicism. Infused with sparkling guitars, soaring melodies and an insistent vocal hook it opens with a genuinely funky vibe to it that’s utterly infectious. The pace may slow in the middle, but driven by the compelling lead vocal of Harry Handford the track builds on the back of a tidal wave of punchy guitar riffs and pounding drums into an infectious crescendo of sound. With this winning blend of indie-pop, guitar-rock and catchy, danceable grooves, Spilt Milk Society is definitely a band to listen out for in 2016.