“New genre-crossing sound” The Line Of Best Fit
“Capable of knocking you off your feet” DIY
“Anthemic indie rock” Brooklyn Vegan
“Engaging and catchy” Clash
“Playground-sing-song grunge” So Young Magazine
Nottingham indie newbies Divorce share mesmeric new effort ‘That Hill’ (out November 29th), the final reveal from the band’s debut EP ‘Get Mean’, which arrives on December 2nd via tastemaker label Hand In Hive (TV Priest, Wyldest, Blackaby). The vinyl release is set to follow in early 2023.
“‘That Hill’ was written as something of a commitment to pursuing our dreams,” explains singer/guitarist Felix Mackenzie-Barrow. “The first lines came out of early morning shifts in a dead-end minimum wage job and the general chaos of trying to make a career of the thing you love most in the world.
“We’ve done a lot of driving around to gigs on no sleep and getting honked at by old men. Some of that absurdity found its way into the track.”
Explaining the concept of the video, he says: “We spent about £3.50 filming it. It came at the kind of time when me and Tiger were rushed off our feet, in the middle of moving house, juggling work and the band, with little to no budget to work on. We hope it makes you chuckle though.”