Check out a new single from SPINN, ‘Shallow’

The band's latest cut is "outright sugar coated Mersey-Wave indie guitar pop," apparently.

Indie lads SPINN have dropped a new single ‘Shallow’.

Described as epitomising “the bands refusal to be bound by the pressures and pessimism of modern life”, you can check it out below.

“Shallow is the antithesis of our last single ‘It’s Not Getting Better’, because there really is no underlying message…” explains lead singer Jonny, “It’s the result of four lads writing an indie pop banger about nothing.”

“We wrote a proper poppy tune and called it Shallow because that’s what it is. I think there’s two sides to SPINN, there’s the veiled meaningful pop crooners, a la November, and It’s Not Getting Better, and then there’s then there’s the outright sugar coated Mersey-Wave indie guitar pop side of the coin with Notice Me, Who You Are, and now Shallow. So we’re like a coin, only with adorably floppy hair.”

So there we go.

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