False Advertising have released their debut self-titled album, as well as their new single ‘Dozer’.
Manchester based grunge-influenced trio False Advertising burst onto the scene earlier this year. Having played their first gig in April, their melodic fuzz quickly grabbed the attention of blogs, magazines and their city’s underground scene alike.
The band were quick to release their hotly anticipated self-titled debut album in September. Attracting rave reviews which continue to come in as word of it’s electrifying loudness, sweet hooks and sophisticated production spreads like wildfire, and combining a slew of influences harkening back to the great alternative bands of the early 90s (Pixies, Smashing Pumpkins), in a style that is as thrilling, modern and truly their own.
With members of the band spending years absorbing the music industry from the inside through production and design. False Advertising have used their understanding of this world to form sound and visuals that are laced with distain, honesty and relevance – resulting in an entirely self made album which is produced to a high enough standard to compete with the monoliths at the top of the charts.
The album is available from iTunes, Rdio and Spotify.