Pilhouse – Hurt You (Review)

Indie rock band Pilhouse were formed by four music tech students in London. As a collective, they havenโ€™t been together for that long, but have already released their debut EP demo back in December. Here with their official debut single, โ€œHurt Youโ€ secures the band within an experimental genre. Itโ€™s not 100% indie, but itโ€™s not 100% progressive either. Thereโ€™s a real human form within this track and the raw essence of it has really drawn me into the band.

Thereโ€™s something sinister behind this indie track. It may sound simple in the verses, but thereโ€™s a complexity in the choruses that makes it sparkle that little bit more. Itโ€™s no wonder this track is getting a lot of attention. Filled with enthusiasm, the outfit are soon to summit their way to the top. Iโ€™m loving the โ€˜far off polishedโ€™ formation of the track as well. It doesnโ€™t sound unfinished, but it doesnโ€™t sound completely polished. Itโ€™s unique and a lot different to other โ€˜indieโ€™ bands right now. Distinctive and a fascinating debut from the band.

Score: 4/5

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