Glaswegian newcomers Hound have debuted a highly recommended new slice of fizzy fun, ‘September’

The new cut arrives via Permanent Creeps Records.

Glaswegian upstarts Hound have released a fizzing new single, ‘September’ via Permanent Creeps Records.

Formed in 2019 and spending the majority of their existence so far living through lockdowns and covid related ‘events’, it follows up on their self-released first offering ‘Older Meme’, which dropped back in July.

Taking influence from the likes of Pavement, Parquet Courts and Weezer – always a solid trio – ‘September’ is “about appreciating the people around you after a rough period in life”.

We can all identify with a bit of that.

You can check out ‘September’ below.

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