Discover the new fantabolous Ep of ‘Nine O’Clock Nasty’ from Leicester, listen ‘Dark Planet’, a guitar riff pop song that warns what happens when you take a step too fare the December 6th in Formula Indie
In anticipation of their debut LP which goes on sale this month, Leicester’s guiltiest musical
pleasure “9 o’clock Nasty” release “Cut” their fifth EP on all channels of the interweb in
October. In contrast to previous releases, this EP features three upbeat, hard hitting garagerock songs: party bangers with a social conscience.
… 9 o’clock Nasty continue to chart their own course through the art-rock-punk
universe. An even more direct and punchy sound delivers three proper pop-classics with
choruses to sing to and beats to groove to. Ridiculously over-confident but never
preaching these are songs to leave on repeat.
The EP opens with Dark Planet, a guitar riff pop song that warns what happens when you take a
step too far. Gravy Train kicks off with a rockabilly beat and piles high the scorching choruses.
THX1138 fuses rock and rap but in a good way. It probably has the best ending of any song ever
written. All three songs touch on serious politics and important issues but deliver with the
band’s customary gentle humour and side-eyed view at the world. Innocent & Nasty.
All three songs have videos on YouTube from the release day.