The track, produced by Dave Eringa (Manics/Idlewild), is a dangerously hypnotic melody that displays a feral attitude and aggression that allures the young to rebel and the old to reminisce.
Lead singer Freddie’s intriguing lyrics pronounce imagery so vivid it’s almost stolen from youthful memories; ‘the morning sun ain’t pretty enough, my words deserve a little more curve’.
It’s playful but with an intrinsic seriousness that could almost refer to the divine, albeit wrapped up in black skin tight jeans and a baggy sweater with long black unkempt hair.
April 24th – Barfly, London (supporting Gaz Coombes)
May 12th – Brighton, The Great Escape Festival
Fractures are Freddie Murray, Matt Gwyer, Sam Cook and Gaz Southwell.