Brighton alt-rock trio ‘In Dynamics’ have today revealed their first new material, since releasing their critically acclaimed debut EP ‘Circle’ last summer (check out the excellent ‘Running Hands’). The new track ‘Grace’ is streamed below and comes hot on the heals of the bands festive support slot with contemporaries Arcane Roots.

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Their debut release won them plenty of plaudits from the likes of Rock Sound, Kerrang, Punktastic, Powerplay, Kerrang TV, Scuzz, BBC Radio One and XFM and they’re now fresh from the studio working on the follow up to the EP, again recorded with producer Chris Coulter (Arcane Roots, Jumping Ships), with the band looking set to build on the success of their debut with a darker, meatier offering.

The recording of the new release was one of the most stressful but rewarding periods we’ve ever had as a band” reveals drummer Jack Wrench for now “We felt as though we took everything we experienced with ‘Circle’ and pushed it further. As a second release, it is the first time we’ve ever had any pressure on our music to live up to expectations, and we didn’t want to be stepping backwards. We feel like the new material is a grand but natural progression that we cannot wait for everyone to hear, hopefully they can hear that on Grace’

The band had a quite incredible 2013 playing shows alongside the likes of Arcane Roots, Feed The Rhino, Sonic Boom Six, Blitz Kids and The JCQ as well as appearing on a live session next to We Are The Ocean and Attention Thieves. 2014 seems to be a continuation of the last with this incredibly strong release.

More news about the forthcoming EP will be revealed soon alongside further tour UK dates. In the meantime enjoy new track ‘Grace’.

‘In Dynamics’ are Beau Boulden (Guitar/Vocals) and brothers Will Wrench (Bass) and Jack Wrench (Drums).


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