RADARS ‘Wasted Melody’ : Waste not, want not.

The rhythms of the song takes you right back to when it was just right.


RADARS are an indie-rock quintet from Hull (UK) who were formed in late 2019, and consist of singer Jack Moxon, guitarists Dave Measom and Sam Campbell, bassist Jordan and drummer Joe Worrall.

Drawing inspiration from Two Door Cinema Club, Foals and The Vaccines. RADARS combine a danceable 2000s indie-pop sound with distinctive guitar driven rock to fill dance floors across the UK.

“‘Wasted Melody’ is our debut single recorded with Alan Smyth (Arctic Monkeys, Pulp) and mastered by Pete Maher (U2, Coldplay),” stated the band. And sure enough, as you listen to them on this single, there’s a feeling of freshness to the cause. A feeling of that vibe you had when you’re young, brash, wide eyed, and bushy tailed. It’s that story of the adventures to be had, when all seems just stuck in the past. Nothing’s going to get in your way.

It’s their first single. But seems they’d been recording song forever. Tight and excited, the rhythms of the song takes you right back to when it was just right. At least that’s how you remember it.

‘Wasted Melody’ is a fabulous starting salvo for the band, and we all should look forward to more.



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