South coast grit pop trio Snake Eyes are back with more music in the form of the effervescent and uplifting Happy Pills, which is bound to up your serotonin levels upon listening. “This was another track born out of lockdown freedom/boredom and a simple, high energy rock tune,“ says vocalist and guitarist Jim Heffy. “It’s a song about antidepressants and self-love really. At one point, I relied on them heavily for anxiety and I felt like I was the only person having a bad time and that nobody understood, which is not true of course. It’s great that mental health is something that’s openly spoken about these days but medication isn’t the only solution. You’ve gotta love yaself!”
The track follows on from the recently-released Dig, which was snake eyes’ first release with UK indie Killing Moon Records and received radio spins on BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6Music, as well as love from the likes of Rock Sound.
The band will perform at Record Junkee in Sheffield on November 22nd and The Parish in Huddersfield on November 25th 2021.