Just Listen: White Hart – Friction

White Hart

Words: Leander Hobbs

With a title like Friction, I was ready for Brighton band White Hart’s debut single to be raw, abrasive and well frictional. In fact what I got was a poppy, energetic and pretty pleasant sound that doesn’t exactly blaze a trail but had me singing along by the second chorus. Musically tight and rhythmic if not predictable, White Hart feels like the kind of band you might see knocking out the tunes in your local pub, and perhaps that’s the inspiration for the name? But that doesn’t mean I didn’t like it, I did. I liked lead singer, George’s slightly flat and quirky vocals and can imagine, with some experience under their belt, White Hart might have something to offer that is a little more edgy.

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