Following press and radio acclaim for their recent Reviver single, and with a growing fanbase on Spotify, Newcastle rockers No Time For Reason are back with another punchy new track and we’re excited to be premiering it on FM today. The three-minute Catfish is a blast of punkish energy and pop hooks alongside garage-rock guitars and is available on download and streaming platforms now.
Catfish is both a satire of millennial dating and a self-reflection on lyricist David Stoker’s personal experiences, with lines such as ‘Big talker, no excitement, red dress, false advertising’ exploring his take on 21st century romance, digital dating and late-night encounters. This track is definitely one for fans of snappy garage rock bands like The Hives or The Strokes.
Fronted by Stoker, No Time For Reason hit the scene hard at the beginning of 2019, playing some packed venues around the North East including a headline show at the legendary Cluny. The band, also consisting of Charlie Philp (lead guitar), Henry Poxon (bass) and Tony Liam (drums), have forged a dynamic mix of rock riffs and attitude alongside pop hooks and punk energy. They’ve already picked up press support and radio airplay around the UK, as well as widespread playlist adds. With two singles under their belt and more to follow in 2020, No Time For Reason will be touring hard and hitting festivals next year.