Just Listen: Grass House – Unknown In The Scene

 Grass House

Listen to Unknown In The Scene here:

grass houseThere’s something about Unknown In The Scene that reminds me of The Libertines. It’s the melodic almost melancholy structure of the vocals more than anything, they don’t sound like Pete or Carl really. The track feels a tiny bit cleaner in production too but Grass House are still hitting upon that lazy drawn out movement that feels sluggish but still has enough bite to keep your attention. Well well worth a listen.

Unknown In The Scene is released on August 28th.


Wednesday 19th August (support from Moon Gangs) – The Waiting Room, London, FREE GIG
Friday 28th  August – Special Closing Party (support from Joseph Coward with late-opening with DJs, The Waiting Room, London

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