Today, Kent-based 4 piece Get Inuit are sharing their new single “Teriyaki”. From the South East of England, Get Inuit play dirty guitar pop. Having spent the last 12 months fine-tuning their fuzzed-out live show, supporting the likes of VANT, Spring King, The Magic Gang, PUP, Slaves and DZ Deathrays along the way.
Cracking open with a fizzing, distorted guitar line, Teriyaki then opens into a soaring guitar-pop explosion. Recreating the intensity of their live shows (the band produce and record their material themselves), frontman Jamie expertly navigates his way around raucous guitar movements and pummelling drum work, delivering one of the finest guitar pop choruses of the year, as the line I cant remember who I was before rings out in the memory long after the track finishes.
The band formed in 2013 after songwriter Jamie Glass crashed his car into a kerb exiting Dominos Pizza car park with Oliver Nunn. Rob Simpson then came along with a spare wheel, a car jack and a brain full of unused drum parts. They pulled in Robs brother, James, when they realized that they had no idea what they were doing or where they were going.
Having spent the early part of 2016 recording their eagerly anticipated debut album, Get Inuit have been performing non stop around the UK this year, including a successful trip to SXSW in March. With Teriyaki teasing the release of their much-anticipated debut album, the band will be heading out on tour once again this Autumn, to showcase new material.
“Teriyaki” is set for digital release on September 2nd via Bon Nudity (Self release). “Teriyaki” will also see a physical 7 release on September 30th – via Tunbridge Wells based DIY label Unlabel Unlabel is a DIY record label from Tunbridge Wells in Kent and has been releasing records independently for the likes of Charlottefield, Tom WIlliams & The Boat and Joeyfat for over 20 years.
*with Spring King & The Big Moon
** with Spring King & The Magic Gang
*** with Spring King & Kagoule
26 Reading – Reading Festival
27 Brighton – 234 Festival
3 Hertfordshire – Wilkestock
4 Portmeirion – Festival No 6
10 Guildford – Always The Sun Festival
23 Canterbury – Penny Theatre
1 Southsea – Southsea Fest
10 Edinburgh – Electric Circus **
11 Glasgow – Stereo **
12 Newcastle – O2 Academy 2 **
14 Manchester – Academy 2 **
15 Sheffield – Plug **
16 Leeds – Wardrobe **
17 Lincoln – Platform (Headline show)
18 Birmingham – Institute 3 **
20 Stoke – Sugarmill *
21 Coventry – Kasbah (Headline Show)
22 Nottingham – Rescue Rooms *
23 Oxford – O2 Academy 2 *
26 Bristol – Thekla ***
27 Brighton – Concorde 2 ***
28 London – Koko ***