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Anorak Patch ‘Irate’ : With grunge-tastic aesthetics and refreshing pop takes on how sound could become.

Anorak Patch

There is a time when everything clicks and you can feel the power that is produced. What potential. What energy. What joy.

That is what Anorak Patch brings. Within the twisting embrace of single ‘Irate’, the talented 4 piece skips generations of what’s expected of their age, and makes compelling claims into the depths of indie and rock.

Colchester UK based band, consisting of keyboardist Effie Lawrence with high school friends Luca Ryland (drums) & brother Oscar (guitar), along with bass player Eleanor Helliwell, dives straight into the heart of the matter, with grunge-tastic aesthetics and refreshing pop takes on how sound could become.

Said the band: “We wanted to write something more meaningful, something about the paralyzing times we are in now. However we also wanted it to convey how we have hope for the future. “no vapour trails above” shows how we were trying to stay optimistic.”

From the fleeting heft and wonder of the vocals, to the engrossing and tight construction of lyrics to sonic thought, the band’s got all that – and then some.

It’s the inevitability.

It’s Anorak Patch, and we can’t wait for more.

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