Just Listen: NGOD – Can You Hear Me?


Words: Gary Hughes

ngodThis is a sub three minute romp from the Bradford five piece NGOD who were a recent support slot (along with Spring King) for the Kaiser Chiefs and have also got another of their songs (Blue) onto Fifa 17; and you can hear why.

Can You Hear Me? is confident, tight and melodic; this is a song crafted by a band who have been around for a little while and are happy in themselves. Up tempo rock and roll with an indie edge, I reckon this would sound top dollar delivered live.

Which, as they are only going on tour throughout October, is very possible. Go check them out; it’s entirely possible a good night is on the cards if you do.

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