It comes as they prepare for a European tour in May
Adam England
10:53 26th April 2022

Brighton five-piece The Slaughter House Band are back with new track ‘I Don’t See You Dancing’, and it’s a real banger.

This piece of stomping garage-rock, with its glam influences and vocalist Raz Hyland’s trademark raspy vocals, is the follow-up to the garage-rockers’ 2020 single ‘Green Bean Bubble’ and 2019’s ‘I Hate TV’, and it arrives alongside visuals directed and filmed by frequent collaborator Josh Fletcher, which the band describe as “utter nonsense, Wes Anderson eat your heart out.”

Speaking about ‘I Don’t See You Dancing’, the band have described it as a “bitter and judgmental howl into one's own ear. It's that little voice in your noggin that tells you to put down the wotsits, put your crocs on and do something. It's critical, it's cruel and it's confusing but it pours the diesel onto your creativity.”

The Slaughter House Band, whose origins lie in an industrial estate in Fishersgate, near Brighton, are embarking on a European tour in May, with dates across Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and Luxembourg, and it looks as if there’s going to be some more new music on the horizon too. 

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