EAT FAST send up a ‘Sand Drone’ with their latest fuzz-packed gem

The Geordie swirlers are releasing the number on a split 7”
Turning that fuzz right up past 11 and into the triple digits, EAT FAST have whacked out another stormer with new track ‘Sand Drone’

It’s full and brimming with everything that makes EAT FAST so special, bristling with instant pop energy and coated in a sugary-sweet fuzz coating that just bursts all over your mouth the moment you chomp into it. It’s a bloody good’un is what we’re trying to say.

Speaking about the track, main-man Adam Pearson said:

“During the recession – and continuing on into the current turmoil of Western politics – I was aware that a lot of young, ambitious people entering adulthood were finding a situation where there were no employment opportunities at all.”

Many of my friends moved to London because the North East was so restrictive. Not in a provincial protest, but I began to consider locality, and its weight(lessness) as a cornerstone of identity. But beyond that, just seeing all these smart, creative people my age being brickwalled and stifled while we picked up the bill of the last generation saddened me. So it’s a bit about that. And about how those people around me who felt like their growth had been stunted reacted to that, while the accusation floated round of young people being lazy or out of touch with the economic reality of our times.

Any social commentary aside… the subjective in the song acknowledges that none of it matters if you are happy with someone, or surrounded by people, you love.” 

‘Sand Drone’ is set to feature as a split 7” with previous whirlwind trigger ‘Public Display Of Affection’ – but before then give it a twirl below. It’ll shake your day right up that’s for sure.

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