The Pre-Amps mark debut with ‘Doesn’t Change’
From Newcastle, new indie pop band The Pre-Amps have landed with their debut single, the groovy number ‘Doesn’t Change’. And what the track does really well is blend a 60’s throwback feel with that refreshing, new indie sound.
When The Pre-Amps formed in 2017, they originally started out singing covers of classic tracks. This eventually led them, with their love for the classics, to work on writing their own material. This time round, vocalist Kelvin has noted that the track is a modern interpretation of ‘Substitute’ by The Who. “We feel that the track is a more up-to-date take on a classic, well loved style of pop/rock song writing that has sadly been somewhat forgotten by our generation in recent years.”
Along with the single’s charming feel, The Pre-Amps’ debut flows through some lovely 60’s psychedelic tones inspired by The Kinks, The Rolling Stones and The Moody Blues. Yet, some of the Newcastle newcomers’ 90’s influences, such as The La’s and Oasis, are also nodded in the track’s uplifting guitar riffs and breezy feel.
‘Doesn’t Change’ was released on the Liverpool-based The Label Recordings. Check it out below!
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