FM premiere | Useless Cities ‘Couldn’t Ask For More’ video

‘Couldn’t Ask For More’ is the ideal introduction to London-based, multi-national indie band Useless Cities. The single is a convincing slice of sweetly gloomy indie rock, helmed by Paul Tipler (Placebo/The Horrors/Idlewild)… “Couldn’t Ask For More is about people being oblivious to the feelings of those around them, especially those who they emotionally hurt, – explains frontman Tom Argent – It specifically focuses on a society overwhelmed by modern technology. It looks at a relationship where one is attempting to communicate with the other but is ignored because technology takes precedence.” Useless Cities celebrate the release of ‘Couldn’t Ask For
22nd March 2018

‘Couldn’t Ask For More’ is the ideal introduction to London-based, multi-national indie band Useless Cities. The single is a convincing slice of sweetly gloomy indie rock, helmed by Paul Tipler (Placebo/The Horrors/Idlewild)…

“Couldn’t Ask For More is about people being oblivious to the feelings of those around them, especially those who they emotionally hurt, – explains frontman Tom Argent – It specifically focuses on a society overwhelmed by modern technology. It looks at a relationship where one is attempting to communicate with the other but is ignored because technology takes precedence.”

Useless Cities celebrate the release of ‘Couldn’t Ask For More’ with a headline show at London’s The Finsbury on 30th March.

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