Purest: Waste My Days

Hailing from Sheffield rock city, rising shoegaze punks, Purest, recently released their well received EP, Waste My Days via Gary Powell's (The Libertines) record label, 25 Hour Convenience Store.

Standing in the middle of the EP's five songs, the title track emerges all impressive, well shaped and memorable in its shoegazey fuzziness, and finds the band delivering a tight and energetic display of their drive and vitality. The pink-hued, just unveiled accompanying clip is an one-shot take of the band performing which captures the song's straightforwardness and its candid character quite precisely.

"Waste My Days encapsulates the feeling of the EP as a whole," the band's frontman, James Rollings, describes. "It’s our most direct song, it’s yearning for acceptance in a disjointed world. We feel close but are further away."

Purest are James Rollings (guitar/vocals), Richard Bithrey 'Biff' (guitar), Ashley Platts (drums) and Danny Davidson (bass).


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