Henderson – Brightness Collides (Review)

Indie pop quartet Henderson release ‘Brightness Collides’. Based in Sheffield, the hard hitting four-piece are storming onto the indie-pop scene good and proper. Despite being a young band, the boys of Henderson are proving that you can be at any age and have a strong songwriting forcefield behind you. Known for sold out shows at Sheffield’s iconic Leadmill, the anthem riffs that the band generate in their tracks proves to be the content that we all desire. ‘Brightness collides’ is taken off their upcoming debut EP “Skin on Skin”. 

Fuelled with an energetic aura, the glistening indie track is the band’s strongest number to date. You can picture the scenes now of how an audience would react when this is played live. Lyrics roll off the tongue easily and hold a memorable nature for the track. Known going forwards as a feel good anthem, the fun loving single could simply light up the dark sky with it’s true passion. 

Score: 3/5

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