The Radar: Bedside Manners
Ahead of their show at Sound, Jack Burton takes a look at one of Liverpool’s most promising new groups.
Thank goodness for that!
We’ve made it out of the doldrums of January and can put to rest the near hermit existence we have all been experiencing for the last month or so.
As you awake from your slumber, we are conscious that you may be needing a dose of freshness to get them back into the swing of things and get your juices flowing once again.
So what better time than to explore some new sounds to your ears!
Still very much in their infancy, Bedside Manners could just be the dose of medicine that you’ve been craving for, with a vibrant cocktail of pulse racing riffs and highly addictive melodies that they can barely contain.
They’ve enjoyed quite the rise since their debut single The Light, a shimmering blend of delicious soaring vocals with a pulsating rhythmic centre that caught the attention of BBC Introducing platforms across the country and gaining them a support slot on fellow indie poppers Childcare’ UK tour.
Their latest release Pace, finds the group providing more of a punch with hook laden guitars and gritty refrain to combine into something that will work its way around your eardrums for days on end.
With a date at the hotly tipped new music night The Magic Roundabout at Sound on Duke Street on February 16, this is an ideal opportunity to see what all the fuss is about.
Beside Manners play The Magic Roundabout @ Sound on February 16 with Big Bambora and The Holograms. Tickets are £5 online via Skiddle or OTD