Brighton trio Grymm return with their latest captivating effort exploring further their eclectic fusion of post-rock, indie andgrunge. Blending together jagged guitar noise, catchy pop riffs and an indie-rock songwriting mentality, Grymm present a proficiency in the creation of gritty grunge but not to the detriment of a strong melodic aptitude.
With each release – since the band burst onto Brighton’s music scene in early 2016 – Grymm have introduced different elements to their brash, multifarious sound; debut single ‘Jurassic‘ bearing heavy pop sensibilities. ‘Gravity‘, rather, delves into quiet-to-loud grunge with a post-rock sonic.
"This song is essentially about all the ways abusive people in your life made you feel worthless, and also how their acts have traumatised you and changed you as a person. ‘You pull and wrench and tear away at me, you’re worse than gravity’ – but also how much that emotion of feeling degraded, and worn away can make you not like what you’ve become when being treated that way." – Morgan Jones (Vocals/Lead Guitar)
29th May – The Prince Albert
10th June – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar (Single Launch)
15th June – Chichester Inn
7th July – The Hope and Ruin