THYLA – ” I Was Biting “

Posted: March 7, 2018 in MUSIC
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Brits pop quartet Thyla have unveiled an infectious new single today, “I Was Biting”

The up-and-coming, Brighton-based group have flirted with many different genres on their impressive slate of singles thus far: “Pristine Dream” with dark pop and glimmers of post-punk, “Tell Each Other Lies” with gloomy dream-pop, and their newest offering “I Was Biting” is a dazzling indie-pop tune, but it still contains remnants of Thyla’s trademark brooding atmosphere and commanding presence. Thyla majestically blend glassy distorted guitar tone with driving rhythms and lilting ethereal melodies; front women Millie Duthie brings crystal like beauty to Thyla’s blend of dynamic alt-rock. Herself, Danny Southwell, and Dan Hole met at college in early 2015 and found instant musical companionship but it wasn’t until guitarist Mitch Duce joined, that the band found their sound. 

The band’s magnetic frontwoman Millie Duthie sings of a desire to escape a world that revolves around capitalistic greed, and is constantly on the brink of imminent and monumental turmoil. (“I was biting the insides of my mouth / When I was trying to forget about / The dreams I’ve had,” she sings.)

Speaking about their new single, the band said: “I Was Biting” is about dystopian aspects of modern society and a discontent for it. We talk about a unanimous feeling of anxiety and a desire to live in a fictional state of our own dreams; to escape from the mundane routine and expectations of society.

Released 6th March 2018 via Rex Records


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