School Disco – ‘Victory Day’

School Disco release their final single from their upcoming record

School Disco
School Disco image via Band’s Facebook Page

‘Victory Day’ sees the Brighton four-piece step into the spotlight after the success of their previous singles ‘Through Dimensions’ and ‘Feelings Coming.’

Formed in 2016 in Brighton via Plymouth, School Disco take influence from the likes of Black Sabbath and CAN while taking inspiration from sci-fi literature and HP Lovecraft alike. On their latest offering, they explore reflections on how society as a whole tends to complain about situations but never seem to step up and change anything themselves.

Talking on the track, Rory notes:

“To me, it’s kinda got a CSNY vibe to it. Like one of their rockier / Jammier tunes. It’s also a staple of the live set and we now have even retrofitted a new sludgy intro that isn’t on the record and we always play it with an extended outro.”

‘Victory Day’ is out today. Denton Rock is out this week on September 15th via Copper Feast Records and Krautpop! Records.

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