Therapeutic pop deliciousness
Jessie Atkinson
09:00 29th October 2021

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Oslo band Veps have got another excellent single to share: their newest slice of indie heaven comes in the form of the irritable, angry 'His Brother', a post-break-up song that's cathartic for the whole band to play live.

You'll love the slowly building guitar riff in this one, its increasingly angry refrain reflected by a video of the Veps girls smashing various homeshould objects on an industrial estate car park.

Therapeutic, banging pop deliciousness:

“The track is an angry, but vulnerable song about jealousy, betrayal and love,” the band said of the song. “We wrote it together after a bad breakup. Although the song is written about a specific experience, it’s therapeutic for all of us to perform

The members of Veps have known each other for years, and have been playing together since they were 14. Still young, the band are preparing to finish high school with a whole load of bangers at their disposable and, no doubt, a load more live shows to play in the very near future. 

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Photo: Jenny F. Lunde