Jessica Fleming

TRASH – ‘Migraines’: A Review


Stop whatever it is you’re doing right now because those lovely lads that make up Chesterfield band TRASH have released a brand new tune and oh my it’s a good ‘un.

Despite what the name Migraines could suggest, the song is nowhere near painful to listen to because TRASH have done it yet again and brought us another blissful summer song – a flawless mix of effortless and upbeat; with lazy guitars and Daniel Longmore‘s dreamy vocals (what more could you want?)

It’s fair to say that the past 12 months have been busy for the TRASH lads, having toured with the likes of Clean Cut Kid, Rat Boy and Splashh. Yet the fun isn’t stopping yet for they’re already confirmed for both Tramlines and Y Not in the summer, as well as Neighbourhood Festival later on in the year.

Not only is Migraines the first piece of new music to surface from the band in nearly a year, but it’s also the first single from their upcoming third EP, which is set for release later this summer. Having first heard of TRASH back in 2014 I find it amazing to see how they’ve progressed as a band through both their sound and lyrics over the past 3 years. The way they still carry that same carefree vibe and unique style that I was originally drawn to is what keeps me coming back for more. And with that in mind I honestly can’t wait to hear what TRASH do next.

Image Credit : TRASH’s Facebook

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