Geezas – Hot Head (Review)

Halifax based indie-outfit Geezas stormed onto the scene with their debut single ‘Hot Head’ on January 17th. Formed in November of 2019, the band may not have much time as a collective but their eyes are set on stardom for 2020. Illuminating in charisma and a whole lot of confidence, the debut details the struggles of anxiety, which is nudged through personification of the topic as a girl. 

From the first guitar chords, the elevating number blasts onto the scene with a warming indie production. With elements of The Kooks and The 1975 in their style, the vibe that they exclaim soars with flair. A contagious track that you can’t get enough of. As for the artwork, the use of saturation and vibrance soars with nostalgic vibes yet keeps it refreshingly exciting.

Score: 3.5/5


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