LIME GARDEN – ” Clockwork “

Posted: February 10, 2022 in MUSIC
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Brighton guitar gang making danceable indie gems, It’d be pretty impossible to go to a Lime Garden show and not immediately want to go home and form your own band. They have such a nonchalant swagger, sense of fun and irresistibly good tunes that it just makes you want to be up there yourself as one of them. Few bands can achieve that this early in their career.

Fast-rising Brighton newcomers Lime Garden release a new physical single on So Young Records. With each release, Lime Garden continue to prove themselves one of indie’s hottest prospects and begin the new year with a host of Ones To Watch tips behind them – landing spots on the NME 100, Dork Hype List, and DIY Class of 2022.

‘Clockwork’ finds Lime Garden stomping through a futuristic world where dark-disco basslines and deadpan delivery are in audio ascendency. Singer Chloe Howard explains: “‘Clockwork’ was written at a time when we were feeling trapped in the cycle of our everyday lives. We wanted to capture that sense of being caught in a continuous loop where emotions sometimes lead us to a dark and frantic mindset.”

‘Marbles’ follows previous single ‘Clockwork’ and finds Lime Garden turning up the distorted-disco dial to the max, and in the process creating a bouncing (disco) ball of infectious nervous energy. Singer Chloe Howard explains: “‘Marbles’ is about the realisation that you’re not sharing the same lifestyle as those around you. It’s about overthinking that comparison to the point where you question your own sanity or direction in life. It tells the story of an individual on a journey of self-discovery that the listener is witnessing from afar but with access to their internal monologue.”

So Young Records Released 08/04/22

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