Having only recently heard of the band a couple of weeks ago I was really looking forward to having a gander at what their new single was going to sound like, let’s put it this way, it didn’t disappoint. This popular bunch of indie lads from Manchester and Leeds have really come up trumps with their brand new track, Partyman. Having listened to the song over the last week or so it definitely has that 70’s kinks kind of feel to it, nice harmonies, simple riffs, I’d say near enough 5 minutes of Soft rock n roll at its finest.

In contrast to their other tune (Man About Town) where it hits you straight away that these guys were big into the Monday’s and the Roses and it’s although they’re about to have a Britpop duel with Blur and Oasis, which is funny as the band supported ex oasis employer Alan McGee’s Alias Kid at Manchester’s super cool deaf institute earlier this year, which saw a packed out crowd witness first-hand how talented the band actually are.

After another sell out gig recently at the ever popular Jimmy’s I can see no reason why these boys aren’t ready for the big time. Get your music out there, gig hard up and down the country and I’m sure soon enough we’ll be hearing the name Suave Martyrs a lot more. Fair play lads keep up the good work.

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By Ian

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