Violet: Fade

If anything good ever comes out of teenage naivety, that is probably the creation of formidable art. Midlands indie rockers, Violet, sound like an act which could have much to contribute to the nineties' both shoegaze and Britpop scenes, and is a good delegate of adolescent apprehension.

The band's newest single, Fade, is themed on the simplemindedness which characterizes one's teenage years and the transition into adulthood and gainful employment. Musically, it is another very fine example of the band's vivid, guitar-laden, grunge-bent indie rock, and an extension of British alt rock's former times and sounds into a new era.

Fade was produced by acclaimed producer Catherine Marks at the Assault & Battery Studios, and works as a fine outline of the shape and direction of Violet.


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