Today, I’m bringing you some new music from Nottingham based quartet Taco Hell who have recently released their debut EP ‘Breathe Deeply’. You can check out the first single taken from the EP, ‘High 2:2’, below.
This one is the closing track on the EP and its a catchy number from the off as quick, intricate guitar plucks weave their way between the beat of the drum, the crash of the cymbal and the thump of the bass. It may be a short song but it packs a punch as it manages to fit in great chord changes, infectious melodies and sing along lyrics delivered through strong, lilting vocals. The fast pace never really subsides from start to finish and makes for a track that just begs for you to dance along to, a wonderful single and a great end to a debut EP.
Having only formed earlier this year, this four piece have already made a good name for themselves on the Nottingham music scene. A combined love of the UK DIY scene led them to write 5 choppy tracks which were recorded with Phil Booth at JT Soar across two days after their very first show.
Here’s what Punknews had to say about Taco Hell’s music when they reviewed it recently; “Taco Hell revels in the same sort of messy, power-pop and college rock introspection as Jeff Rosenstock and Swearin’. Here is a group of scrappy youths pondering the meaning of life…”
The EP is available via the band’s Bandcamp page as well as iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and more.
To find out more about Taco Hell visit their Bandcamp page, their Facebook page or you can follow them on Twitter – @TacoHellBand