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The Nectars crash on to UK shores with new single ‘Heaven’

New Jersey natives, The Nectars have announced their arrival to the UK with the explosive new single, ‘Heaven’.

Artwork for The Nectars single, ‘Heaven’.
Artwork for The Nectars single, ‘Heaven’.

The Nectars are still fresh-faced after forming earlier in the year but are already set to take on the UK with their punk-DIY sound. Making an impact heading in `to 2018, the band have unveiled their new single, ‘Heaven’.

It’s bass heavy intro grabs your attention along with the sharp vocals of frontwoman, Jessica Kenny. While the whirlwind track takes you through a storm of emotions, with piercing guitars and provocative lyrics, ‘Heaven’ is a track brimming with energy.

Drawing inspiration from the likes of Weezer, Tame Impala and The Pixies to name a few, the band are sure to show their not a one-trick pony with a diverse range of influences.

Staying true to their DIY roots, the band made their soon-to-be released videos themselves and scouted for recording studios that could offer free recording time to help them get off the ground.

Their determination looks set to pay off, as they’re plan to hit the UK next year with more new music and a tour soon to be announced. With the appetites whetted courtesy of ‘Heaven’, The Nectars should be an exciting band to catch if they venture to Merseyside in the new year, where they’d fit into the punk scene nicely.

The new single by The Nectars ‘Heaven’, is out now, listen below to the New Jersey quartet’s debut below via Soundcloud;

https://soundcloud.com/thenectarsmusic/heaven-the-nectars

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