Following the release of their new single Popular Music, Sheffield’s SHEAFS have announced details of their biggest headline tour to date.
A self reflective jab at the bands own efforts to write a pop song, Popular Music blends tongue in cheek lyrics with the infectious punk energy that SHEAFS are becoming notorious for in clubs throughout the UK and Europe.
This is the first release from a much anticipated debut EP that encapsulates the bands journey so far. After teaming up with award winning producer and frontman of Spring King Tarek Musa, there’s a real bite and power to Popular Music that is sure to ignite a frenzy among fans along the live circuits.
Of the track, front man Lawrence says: “The song was derived from scrambling’s of lyrics that were never actually meant to make a song but actually fitted the bands latest instrumental. The song was written with a sarcastic undertone to try and make an obvious attempt to the public of creating our own pop song. However, the simple lyrics partnered with the thrashing relentless guitar and drums ironically produced somewhat more of a punk song.”
They will perform at The Foundry in Sheffield on September 27th.