Hallan: Habit

Portsmouth quartet Hallan come forth with a direct and biting kind of punk rock, attributed to a kinetic form of energy that becomes palpable through the band's rousing deliveries, while the poetry in their well-crafted lyrics often hits even harder than the music.

Such a blunt, but at the same time imaginative and unsparing piece is the band's newest single, Habit, which finds the band telling an uncomplicated, everyday story over a razor sharp riff and a relentless rhythm, both of which complement a potent vocal performance winningly suggestive of Mark E. Smith's enticing ramblings.

It's supercharged, loud rock 'n' roll, overemphasizing on rudeness and sass, and telling everything like it is.

Cover art by scumsludge / Conor

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