La Bête Blooms: Low Hummer

After having supported acts like Buzzcocks, Ratboy, Jaws and The Big Moon on various live dates all over England, Hull alternative/post-punk band, La Bête Blooms, have just released their sophomore EP, I Know It's Nothing, via The Adult Teeth Recording Company and Warren Records.

Themed on the band's battles with anxiety, depression and loneliness, and a mindset they call "us against the world," La Bête Blooms' new EP was produced by Matt Peel (Eagulls, Pulled Apart By Horses) and it is comprised of four noisy guitar-driven tracks which evoke boundless love for nineties' alternative rock, together with extreme confidence and beating energy.

The music video for Low Hummer matches with its grainy visuals all of the song's fuzzy indie rock qualities while it looks like it was taken from some early nineties episode of 120 Minutes.

Turn up the players below for La Bête Blooms' super cool new video, followed by the EP which it came from in its entirety.

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