Glasgow pop-punk four piece Woes dropped their hook-laden debut video/single 'Worst Friend' and have announced details of their forthcoming five track self-titled debut EP, which is due for release on November 25, 2016. The band's debut single 'Worst Friend' is a statement of intent, full of high energy poppy hooks, a scream-along anthemic chorus and technical instrumentation that belies their one-guitar set up.
Music had always come easy to the members of Woes, who had toured the UK and Europe multiple times in previous bands. All while holding down serious jobs, supporting loved ones and carving a name for themselves as talented performers in their own right. Creatively spent and losing focus, towards the end of 2015, they turned a mirror on themselves and decided to make a change. At the beginning of 2016 Woes was born, with one goal. To do absolutely everything involved in being a musician with 100% effort and application, no excuses.
The first single off the EP, "Worst Friend", is now available as an instant grat track with physical and digital pre-orders.
The single can also be streamed on Spotify.
With years of touring experience their shows are full of anthemic choruses, tight vocal harmonies and huge, thundering drums. Woes are ready to blow all expectations away with an EP that pushes genre forward with new layers of intricacy and depth, whilst packing in the youthful energy and massive choruses fans of the genre have come to know and love.
Ryan Neish - Drums
Stuart Laing - Guitar
Sean Duddy - Bass/Vocals
David Jess - Vocals