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Indoor Pets (formerly known as Get Inuit) will check boxes for those who love classic Weezer but cringed at their recent attempts at relevance, as well as those who prefer some extra sugar in their indie-rock tea. The British quartet are set to release their debut album, Be Content, on March 8th via Wichita Recordings. With vibrant guitars and frontman Jamie Glass’ high-pitched wails, tracks like “Hi” and “Being Strange” prove they know their way around a syrupy pop hook. It’s not exactly revolutionary to pair angsty lyrics with bubbly pop melodies, but one thing Indoor Pets can claim for themselves is Glass’ distinct, sugary pipes, cheery hooks that are anything but flimsy and riffs that add just enough biting clamor to counteract their highly carbonated pop.

Taken from the debut album ‘Be-Content’.

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Indoor Pets

Formerly known as Get Inuit, the name change doesn’t appear to have had any effect on the trajectory of this Kent-based quartet who perform – as they call it – “dirty pop”. Their debut album, Be Content, comes out on 8th March 2019 via Wichita Records – take a listen to their latest, Being Strange, here.

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After signing with indie label Wichita Recordings, British rockers Indoor Pets have announced their debut album, “Be Content”, out next year but not until March. They shared a new single, “Being Strange,” which follows the release of their previous single “Hi.”

Previously known as Get Inuit, Indoor Pets sound a little like classic Weezer trying their hand at bubblegum pop, or Pixies dropping a pop-punk record. You’ll be surprised to know that frontman Jamie Glass’ voice isn’t manipulated with autotune and he didn’t suck helium from a balloon—those high-pitched harmonies are the real deal. If Indoor Pets were around in the ‘00s, “Being Strange” would’ve spread like wildfire in the U.S.—blasting out of car radios, shopping mall speakers and skate park boomboxes, and with a video all over MTV. That’s not to say that Indoor Pets don’t bring anything different to the table. You’d be hard pressed to find many bands naturally singing like Glass, unironically basking in candy-coated pop hooks while still shredding power chords.

New single from Indoor Pets.