Since the last few months of 2015, Spring King have been one of the most talked about new bands on the British music scene. Their infectious riffs and catchy choruses have brought them swathes of attention and praise, so now the time has come to make their first official statement as a group by releasing their highly-anticipated debut album 'Tell Me If You Like To', and as you can imagine, it is pretty good.
Anyone who has heard their songs so far will be pleased to know that all their singles to date have made it onto the release, and its only when you hear them back to back do you get how talented and exciting they actually are. Their early punk influences mix brilliant with a post-indie dynamic that makes them familiar yet unique all at the same time, and their electric pace means that nothing on this record feels like filler. It all has a place and remains diverse throughout.
It is always a relief to know that new bands can still blow us away in this musical climate after hearing so many disappointing debuts in the last few years. But Spring King have come good and we are already anticipating where this band will be heading in the years to come.