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Introducing: Young Fatigue

Welcome to my third introducing post of the week! Today I'm introducing you to a band that hails from London although they're scattered across the south-east. 

Young Fatigue is an alt-rock/punk band that consists of; 

Ash Dixon - Vocals and Guitar
Charlie Roe - Drums
Michael Enger - Bass and Backing Vocals

This again, was a lovely band I found through twitter and I am so thankful they sent me a link to Dislocation because Young Fatigue was the band I didn't know I needed until I heard them. 

So, if you know how things work around here then you know that I'm going to tell you my thoughts on the earliest single and then the latest. 

Young Fatigue currently have two singles out, their debut single which is Dislocation and then the follow up single which is Pretty Now, which actually only came out a few weeks ago! 

Both tracks were recorded at Decimal Studios with Chris Coulter and Young Fatigue are planning to record a full EP with Chris towards the end of the year, which does sound pretty exciting! 

So, let's start off with Dislocation! 

First thing I'm going to say is that Dislocation is a certified banger! From the first few seconds, I didn't know if I was going to like it or not when I first heard it, however, I kept going and I fell in love with it. Ash's vocals are something else on this track, they really are and the fact you can hear Charlie and Michael is great, as I love being able to hear and appreciate every member! So straight off the bat first 30 seconds we've got the change and depth within the sound that I always long for, so you know we're off to a good start and that Dislocation has already peaked my interest! Dislocation is an insanely catchy track that I've found myself humming at random times of the day because it's been stuck in my head that much! It's an insane track that shows just how talented Young Fatigue are! This track alone gives you a good enough reason to love this band, I honestly can't recommend Dislocation enough! It's really just such a great song! 
    I've give Dislocation a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! It really does deserve that because it's such a solid track! 

We then move onto Pretty Now which was released just under a month ago, and again, is a solid track! 

Like Dislocation the intro had me wondering if this track was going to be less desirable for my personal tastes, however, it proved me wrong yet again. And I love that about Young Fatigue, the songs start off sounding completely different to what the majority song sounds like. As I've said time and time again, for me it's desirable for a song to have change within the sound, so because Young Fatigue literally nail that within the first 30 seconds of a song, I have so much love and appreciation for them! I wouldn't say this is as catchy as Dislocation, but it's just as strong of a track. The instrumentals in the track are insane! The pure talent in the band! It's so loud and anthemic that it's hard to not fall in love with it. It's got some decent lyrics to accompany the incredible sound, and it really does prove that Young Fatigue is a band that are worthy of your attention. 
    I again would give Pretty Now a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! Cannot fault the track. I love it! 

So, my final thoughts on Young Fatigue is that they are 100% worth your attention. They're incredible, they're so insanely talented, and they have so much potential. So, please stop sleeping on this band and go and show them some love and support. Add their songs to your playlists, get your friends to listen to them. Check them out and see why I think they're such an incredible band! I'm really excited to see what they come out with next, I've got pretty high expectations after hearing Dislocation and Pretty Now. Honestly, go check them out right now! 

Where To Find Young Fatigue; 

Apple Music

Where To Find Me: 

Here every Monday at 7pm (UK Time)
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