The English garage-surf quartet Get Inuit release the two track single Teriyaki on the 2nd of September.
Always a delight to return to – Get Inuit have an infectious enthusiasm that spills out of the speakers with their over-flowing combinations of guitar and percussion which grab hold of the listener spinning them around the room.
The opener and title track of the single – lasts only a brief two minutes and ten seconds, yet leaves the listener grinning for far longer than the seconds and minutes transposed.
The English Indie band Get Inuit released the EP Luge Lessons last month.
Get Inuit – Luge Lessons – artwork
The third of the four tracks – Pro Procrastinator is, by over a minute, the briefest on the EP running at two minutes and thirty three seconds and perhaps for its brevity packs the hardest punch as Get Inuit compress a similar number of notes into the tighter space. Making it a piece that bristles with energy and allows the band to display a grittier garage style to their sound.
Currently on a tour in England with one performance in Scotland, which builds in momentum in January, to support the release of Luge Lessons.
Sat 14th Dec // The Old blue Last // London
Sun 24 Jan // The Gulbenkian // Canterbury
Mon 25 Jan // The Anvil // Bournemouth
Tue 26 Jan // Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar // Brighton
Wed 27 Jan // The Black Heart // London
Thu 28 Jan // The Cookie // Leicester
Fri 29 Jan // The Victoria Inn // Derby
Sun 31 Jan // Broadcast // Glasgow (Scotland)
Mon 01 Feb // O2 Academy Newcastle // Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tue 02 Feb // Sunflower Lounge // Birmingham
Wed 03 Feb // Exchange // Bristol
Thu 04 Feb // Boileroom // Guildford