Listen: LUMER – ‘Beware Of The Natives’

East Yorkshire’s noise-mongering, garage-punks are recalling the energy, and alt-pop sensibilities of The Wytches, Black Flag and Joy Division on ‘Beware The Natives’. Bloody wonderful. Of the track, and its […]

East Yorkshire’s noise-mongering, garage-punks are recalling the energy, and alt-pop sensibilities of The Wytches, Black Flag and Joy Division on ‘Beware The Natives’. Bloody wonderful.

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Of the track, and its inspirations, bassist Alex Evans comments: “Beware Of The Natives’ is a boot to the face,” states Lumer drummer, Jacob Wardle. “It’s about those natives who surround us, from racists to bigots to corrupt politicians…Beware.”

The band’s self-titled three-track EP is out August 12 via Warren Records –https://warrenrecordsuk.bandcamp.com/album/lumer

Catch the band live on the following dates:

AUGUST

August 6 – Humber Street Sesh, Hull

SEPTEMBER

1 – Adelphi, Hull – single launch

10 – Spider’s Web, Grimsby (Northern Lights Festival)

15 – Adelphi, Hull (with Mannequin Death Squad)

For more information visit:

https://www.facebook.com/LumerUK

https://www.facebook.com/warrenrecords

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