South London newcomers The Queen’s Head have shared a new self-titled single

“We wanted to write a theme song to the project - a sonic scene-setter to our world."

South London newcomers The Queen’s Head have shared a new self-titled single. 

The five-piece, featuring the dual vocals of childhood friends Joel Douglas and Tom Butler, have already caught the attention of some key names within the scene from which they come, including Speedy Wunderground’s Dan Carey and indie label Permanent Creeps.

On the new song, mixed by Andy Savours (Black Country, New Road, My Bloody Valentine, Sorry), the band say: “We wanted to write a theme song to the project – a sonic scene-setter to our world. Welcoming you into The Queen’s Head, the self-titled track lays the foundations of this world: a band, a fictional pub floating through the cosmos, a musical space where you can explore your desires to dance, have a drink or to cry. Always unsettled, the chord progression constantly turns in on itself, and the chorus compels you dance out of anxious ecstasy, backing voices talking of a place where even the furniture is haunted by trauma and melancholy. After all, where does Britain take its sadness, if not the pub?” 

A mix of post punk, wonky pop, disco and subversive, anxious energy, you can check out the new track below.

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