We’re No Heroes single ‘Voodoo’ out now!

For fans of: Circa Waves, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Swim Deep

"Shifty disco beats, syncopated guitars and flawless vocal­passing."
- The 405

We’re No Heroes' single Voodoo is out now via Spiral Icon. You can buy it on Google Play.

The video for Voodoo premiered on Stereoboard who described it as "the sort of indie-pop song designed to rattle around countless late afternoon singalongs and the accompanying lost nights." You can watch it now via the band's YouTube channel.

You can also stream the single via the Spiral Icon SoundCloud page.

Voodoo is a punk and math rock inspired belter, but its origins come from a very personal place. Lyrically, it captures the uncertainty following a painful break up, and the need to move on into the unknown before being able to truly find happiness. While the theme may sound heavy duty, the upbeat guitar and driving vocals creates a truly accomplished party song.

The lively Cardiff 3-piece draw influence from the raw and aggressive motion of punk and indie but fuse it with the deep grooves, melody & soul of their favourite funk acts, cementing a real & exciting approach to pop music that resonates strong with their dedicated fan base who name themselves the WNH Wolfpack. Originally formed in a downtown studio space in Chicago, the band are Tom Collins (vocals & guitar), Luke Llewellyn (drums & vocals) and Michael Owen (bass & Vocals. Having known each other since childhood, their close connection shows in everything they do from their performances to their hands on approach to the loyal fans who extend past the borders of the UK and around the world.

We’re No Heroes have played alongside the likes of Public Service Broadcast, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Future Of The Left (to name but a few), and plan to spend the rest of the summer playing a host of UK festivals before releasing their next single Stay Weird in September.

Voodoo is out now via Spiral Icon and available to buy on Google Play.

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Posted Fri, 31 Jul 2015 in We’re No Heroes