Get Inuit have released their new single ‘All My Friends’. The band’s previous release ‘Barbiturates’ which we featured on Indie Buddie revealed the large scope and diversity the band have available in their repertoire, as well as furthering their support from Radio 1, with the track getting regular play on MistaJam and Huw Stephens’ shows.
The new single ‘All My Friends’ is a strike of mighty vigorous pop that spits sharp dynamic energy from every note. Punchy drums and the piercing zesty sting on guitars cut deep while the sugar coated infectious pop melody soothes almost acting as a shield to hide behind whilst the lyrics lash out at loved ones and lament normality. This high powered track follows the ear worm dazzling prowess we know and love from Get Inuit however with lyrical gashes. These guys are a band to get excited about.
When asked about the track frontman Jamie Glass said:
“I wrote it as a sort of anti-enjoyment song to compete with all of the age orientated pop music I hear in mainstream music. I wanted to use lyrics that would alienate people that live inside their bubbles whilst constantly trying to rationalise all of the safe decisions they made to get to that point. Although the message is clear throughout song – I wanted to appear a little hypocritical and a little childish. I leaned towards using squeamish metaphors to make a mockery of the point I was making.”
The band are putting on a headline show at London’s Dingwalls this month, where they’ll be showcasing their blistering and energetic set on Thursday 25th May, following a sold out show at The Lexington at the start of the year.
You can also catch them live at
6th May – 02 Institute 3, Birmingham (w/ Clean Cut Kid)
8th May – The Exchange, Bristol (w/ Clean Cut Kid)
9th May – Patterns, Brighton (w/ Clean Cut Kid)
12th May – Sound Control, Manchester (w/ Clean Cut Kid)
20th May – Academy, Liverpool (w/ Clean Cut Kid)
25th May – Dingwalls, London
8th July – 2000 Trees, Cheltenham
22nd July – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
12th September – Boardmasters, Cornwall
Watch the lyric video for ‘All My Friends’ below