Indie rock band Reptilians have just dropped their new track “New Beaus & Broken Fruities”, the first of a series of singles that they are going to release in 2020.
“New Beaus & Broken Fruities” is a song depicting the perils of a love story set in a Northern small town, featuring the infidelity, the rejection and the frustration that often come with relationships in gossipy locations, where everyone knows about everyone’s else business.
This engaging track was recorded during the dark cold Cumbrian winter, “in the middle of nowhere”, and it is a further demonstration of Reptilians’ amazing talent of combining grunge and post punk beats, creating a unique sound that immediately capture the listener.
Based in the Northern city of Whitehaven, Reptilians, which are Luke Telford, Mike Proud and Paul McGuirk, started their mutual adventure in 2018 and spent 2019 delivering stunning performances throughout the UK.
Their two late 2019 releases, “Girls Who Work In Shops” and “Love In The Time Of Extreme Angling”, received great reviews and gained them the support of BBC Introducing that stated “There’s something nice and edgy about them”.
Discover for yourself, how nice and edgy Reptilians truly are by listening to their single “New Beaus & Broken Fruities” now!