MODERN GUILT ANNOUNCE DEBUT EP ‘YOU’RE WELCOME’
Following two acclaimed single releases and Bobby Gillespie’s (Primal Scream) seal of approval, London’s Modern Guilt are pleased to announce the release of their first EP, ‘You’re Welcome’, on Friday 25 June 2021.
Hailed by tastemakers including This Feeling as one of the ‘Best New Bands’, Modern Guilt are “breaking boundaries with their genre-defying sound” (The Other Side Reviews). Drawing inspiration from Garage Rock, Soul and Blues, Jaz (vocals/guitar), Andreas Podda (lead guitar), Scott Thomson (drums), Glyn Evans (keys/organs) and Dan Williams (bass) “are re-igniting and modernising their era and genre influences in a strong flame of colour” (Listen To Discover).
‘You’re Welcome’ showcases the band’s more obvious roots across five tracks in a refreshingly modern light, with additional nods to the likes of Psychedelia, Motown, Surf and early Hip-Hop. The tracks are anthemic, whilst subjectively dealing with love and mistakes. Lead singer Jaz notes his lyrics on the EP “are a coming to terms with who you are and how you’ve changed. It’s about pinpointing where we stand in our own lives when things start to shift.”
The EP has been crafted in collaboration with producer Mikey Buckley across multiple analogue studios, with artwork created by Edinburgh based Marinello Studio.
A brand new video for opening track ‘Double Denim’ will also be shared prior to the EP’s worldwide digital release.
‘Best New Bands’ - This Feeling & Amazon Music
‘Top 10 finds 2020’ - Listen To Discover
“Modern Guilt deliver electrifying and gritty rock ‘n’ roll debut” - Indie Central Music
“Modern Guilt have kicked off their career in ideal style” - AAA Backstage
“They’re fun, gritty, and daringly infectious. We’ll be watching this band with great interest, they’re for sure going places” - Clunk Magazine
“A breath of fresh air in an over-populated indie music scene, Modern Guilt are breaking boundaries with their genre-defying sound... Their style is distinctive... showcasing their innovativeness and eclecticism as artists” - The Other Side Reviews