NEW MUSIC: New Nervous Kind release new EP

Title track ‘Going Nowhere’ is “doused in realism, with flecks of Julian Casablancas in the vocal; they have captured catchy”

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The Canterbury and Thanet-based New Nervous Kind have released the title track from their new EP ‘Going Nowhere’.

The up-beat indie ride-along that is ‘Going Nowhere’ is a fantastic introduction to a tight band, well versed in the legacy of Brit-pop and the bands of the glorious noughties - think The strokes, Arctic Monkeys, The Libertines and Kings of Leon. Doused in realism, with flecks of Julian Casablancas (The Strokes) in the vocals; they have captured catchy. We love it.

Formed in 2016, New Nervous Kind quickly attracted the attention of record labels... but determined to take the hard route, cautious of losing their gritty indie rock flavour they decided to overlook the glamour of the music industry and continue in the struggling musician fashion.... arguably their biggest blunder.

Founded by Terence Ginley and George Neighbour in the wake of university with visions of creating their own style of indie rock.

New Nervous Kind began to write and play the Kent music scene, although the line-up wasn’t complete until recruiting Margate local Jack Howe (drums) in 2018 and Jack Sayer (bass) until 2019.

Their music is a direct homage to the noughties garage/indie rock genre, guitar driven songs with memorable licks and melodies throughout. The new EP will be launched at Elsewhere Margate on September 26th -

Their nostalgic songs sound as retro as they do modern... no gimmicks or tricks, just lively tracks with grooves and riffs in all the right places!

We have added the track to the ‘cene #KeepitKent Spotify Playlist HERE