It was in June of last year the the English alt-indie quintet HAUS last featured.
The latest song to surface – Shameless – which was released last week finds them in more frowning countenance than previous songs of their featured – contemplating, as it does, on the ease by which people feel pressured to conform with the local environs thereby creating silos of exclusion rather than laying out welcoming mats of inclusion.
The darker clouds of the song, driven by a fractious guitar, which conceptually does need to be taken in the context of their musical home territory, allows HAUS to display a greater weave to their catalogue and a tighter connection with their natural audience as well as bringing those of wider fringes in to the fold too.
The English alt-indie quintet HAUS released the EP Say What You Say today.
A five track plus one remix release that showcases their blend of styles with the songs reflecting on the societal breakdowns of the ’10s along with pondering on more philosophical thoughts about life in general. Whilst the subject matter is intended as thought provoking the soundtrack is not of dour countenance as their material always is of a message of positivity.
The hip-hop infused Don’t Care Enough is the third track.