London riffers GROUNDS share brand new single ‘Suck It Up’

London riffers GROUNDS have shared their latest single ‘Suck It Up’, filled with moreish bass lines, heavy riffs and an addictive chorus. Of the song, Bertie (guitar, vocals) says, “The song’s about getting your shit together and not acting like an eejit. I suppose you could call it a love song”. ‘Suck It Up’ will be available on all digital streaming sites from 10th November and is available to pre-order here.

The band will be playing a headline show at The Windmill in Brixton on the 30th November in support of ‘Suck It Up’:

Thursday 30th November – The Windmill, Brixton, London

GROUNDS are fast-rising London-based riffers who create heavy, hooky tracks. The trio are all about the sound that you can only get when jamming three instruments loudly in a small practise room, which comes to life like no other when playing live.

In a time when bands are using sample replacements to clean up their production, GROUNDS have gone the opposite way, channelling influences Dinosaur Pile-Up, Mclusky and Nirvana by recording a raw, live sound that’s delivered with plenty of aggro.

The band are currently making a name for themselves playing in London’s sweatbox venues like the Old Blue Last, The Victoria, Brixton Windmill, Luna in Leytonstone and The Black Heart in Camden, playing alongside acts such as Thee MVP’sNervusPaceshifters and Piano Wire. With a sound this blistering, they won’t be staying underground for long.

GROUNDS are Bertie (guitar/vocals), Louis Dale (drums) and Charlie Robery (bass).