Taken from their double EP Eight, ‘Cable Built Dreamland’ is out now via Deltasonic Records
Shannon COTTON
11:43 15th May 2018

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White Room are a band that demand your attention. Their knack for crafting songs which carefully tips their hat to their influences whilst illustrating their own future is making them a force to be reckoned with each and every release. 

Counting Paul Weller amongst their fans, the quintet have built up a steady fanbase from trawling up and down the country playing numerous gigs and festivals. And after nailing support slots with The Rifles and the aforementioned Modfather, Gigwise is now delighted to bring you an exclusive video from the band. 

Filmed at The Loft in their native Brighton, the striking visuals experiment with a plethora of camera angles in a presumed attempt to make the viewer feel like they are immersed in the cable built dreamland setting alluded to in the track’s title. 

The Deltasonic signees who keep on going from strength to strength are just days away from another appearance at The Great Escape Festival, again in their coastal hometown, where last year they obliterated The Hope and Ruin with their fuzzy and frenetic sonic delivery - and the threat of the floor falling through the ceiling.  

Psychedelic would be the obvious genre to immediately try and pigeonhole the five-piece to, cut the band in half like a stick of rock and it’s arguable the standout component that runs through their veins, but scratch a little deeper below the surface and strands of rock, indie and even inflects of pop start to echo their way to the forefront as they compete to become your new favourite band. 

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Photo: Press/Lottie Turner