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Burning House Shares ‘Her Vowel No’, Off Of Debut Album ‘Anthropocene’.

BURNING HOUSE delivers classic ol’ school grunge/garage vibes with that tint of bedroom/shoegaze inspiration that invigorates and makes you want to take note. In ‘Her Vowel No’, the single is part of their debut 15 track album ‘Anthropocene’, and it puts into stone what the band is about and is willing to be in the coming future.

With buzzing and fuzzing calendar of events exuded through the chords, ‘Her Vowel No’ becomes that quintessential being in self directed desire for the things that make and break the best part of our existence. Little things and large, culminate in the folds of the song, stretching and enhancing for our desperate and sometimes disparate exercise of self adornment.

Founded by songwriter, guitarist and frontman Aaron Mills, the band is completed with bassist Patrick White and drummer Dominic Taylor.

Aaron stipulated: “I’m using some artistic license with the word, as it’s not a ‘political’ album – not overtly or consciously. It’s more about the individual’s tussle with vast uncertainty. What can one do when the problems we face are so insurmountable, but turn inward?”

Word, yo.

See them next October 3rd @ Hare and Hounds, Birmingham UK.



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