Indigo Husk are back with their new single, ‘Waste Of A Year’

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London four-piece Indigo Husk have dropped a new track called ‘Waste of a Year’.

Another youthful slice of angsty guitar pop, it follows on from their summer single ‘Goes Around Comes Around’ and also a support tour with former Dork cover star Will Joseph Cook.

“‘Waste Of A Year’ is a self-help break up song,” they explain. “It challenges that ‘angry phase’ after a break up that so many people go through, where they feel like they have wasted their time with the wrong person.

“The track is our heaviest yet and it intends to serve the purpose of recharging the listener’s batteries, potentially after a difficult break-up where they might feel lost and angry.”

Listen to ‘Waste Of A Year’ below, and keep an eye out for more tour dates coming very soon indeed.

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