Meet Nearly Skulls, a rock-band driven by real music and physical media who are ferociously protective of their true identities.
The thrilling trio instead present themselves as skulls, leaving only mystery in regards to who they really are. Announcing their arrival with Dots, whose chorus “I’m a dot; you’re a dot; we’re just dots”, offers little in the way of clues but much in terms of musical muscle and a stunning ability to conjure up dazzling melodies. Expect at least some of the dots to be joined together by the time their debut album, Bucket Listening, is released on 30th July.
Watch the Video for Dots here:
The band ensues The Who-Esque choruses; U2 dynamics and casual nods to genres as seemingly disparate as prog, glam, and metal showing off their deep knowledge of music and mastery of their instruments.
Based in Manchester and with a previously successful US tour in a former incarnation the masked band let the music do the talking.
Masked Supergroup? Twisted teenagers? Dangerous pensioners? Nearly Skulls might remain anonymous for now but their debut track, Dots, is the indie rock launchpad which promises a summer of hits…no bones about it.
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