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No See Ums unveil new single entitled 'Weekend'

Brighton-based trio No See Ums, known for their politically charged and energetic rock music, have released their latest single "Weekend", following the success of their debut release "Flags" and album "Elephants at the Airport".

Led by guitarist and lyricist Phil Johnstone, the band explores themes of apathy and disconnection in "Weekend", offering a glimpse into relatable feelings of hopelessness and detachment in modern society. The track maintains the band's punk and garage rock roots while incorporating elements of post-punk and indie music, creating a unique and engaging sound.

Despite its playful surface, "Weekend" delves deep into shared human emotions, resonating with listeners on a personal level. With its relatable lyrics and captivating themes, No See Ums' "Weekend" serves as a powerful message from the contemporary music scene, reflecting the disempowerment of life in 2024.

The single is now available on all major streaming platforms alongside their album "Elephants at the Airport", so be sure to check it out below.


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