Manchester quartet Spangled have released their new single 'Headspace', which is the first single from their upcoming debut EP, which is coming later this summer.
Full of energy, 'Headspace' has a The Stone Roses influenced guitar sound that is exemplified in the chorus and the track has a post-punk atmosphere throughout. The result is a musically upbeat indie-pop song with real depth.
Spangled are made up of Ben Johnson (vocals), Jamie Halliday (guitar), Niall McGovern (bass) and Nathan Kenyon (drums). The well produced track was recorded with Gareth Nuttall (Frank Turner, The Lottery Winners) and marks a promising new era for the band.
Of this new single, frontman Ben says: "It’s Spangled doing what we’re born to do - take your soul and rainbow-flick it into the neighbors garden. In fact, if I ever write a line better than “put the kids in the
oven and send the pie to bed”, you have my permission to sell my brain in a dark alleyway in Salford once I’m gone.”
'Headspace' is immediately accessible - with a comforting familiarity infused with Spangled's own personality, it is just over three minutes of momentous indie rock.
Guitarist Jamie: "It’s instantly recognisable and you just wanna sing it all day long because it’s something we all feel in our day to day lives; that
need to just decompress and get away from it all."
'Headspace' is out now on all major streaming platforms and you can listen to the song below via the embedded streaming link.