Motherhood: Save Me

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Motherhood The shimmering, summery sounds of Liverpool indie outfit Motherhood are set to be unleashed once more with the release of their brand new single Save Me, fresh off the back of highly praised shows alongside fellow emerging Merseyside elite Paris Youth Foundation and Her’s.
The four-piece, comprising of Evan Torrente (lead vocals, guitar), Dan Sullivan (lead guitar), Shea McChrystal (bass) and Ed Juniper (drums), are developing quite the reputation in their home town.

In Save Me, a dancey, rhythmic pop song about the thought that your first love might be the only person who really knows you, the guitar-driven quartet exude a sense of buoyancy and playfulness that sparks early comparisons to the likes of Circa Waves, The 1975 and Two Door Cinema Club.

With a mission to make records that serve as an ode to popular music, Motherhood are drawing references from multiple decades to carve their own unique place in the current pop landscape and with a debut EP out this autumn, their momentum is sure to intensify.


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