For Cassels, music is about authenticity and in Epithet, their debut full-length LP, they've got it in spades. Fuelled by the injustices of everything from modern society to the hypocrisy of small town England, they are young, driven and vastly intelligent, refreshingly unafraid to shatter the status quo.
On their latest release Cassels continue to explore big ideas with even bigger songs. On this new EP lyricist Jim tackles the subjects of living too long, the numbing effects of social media, the privatisation of the NHS, and addresses personal family struggles with a trademark caustic wit and dark humour.
Dispensing with restrictive stuffy genres, the band bring you a challenging, hard-hitting sound that combines dense and poetic lyricism with pared-back, heavy and skilful instrumentation. A soundtrack to our changing times, Cassels are not for the closed minded, come in and take a listen.
Debut EP from the Oxford duo Nightshift described as'...rolling riffage coming with gnarly lofi shards of something unhygienic sticking out of every surface'.
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