After spending the last few years building up their reputation for fresh and uplifting indie-rock gems, Portsmouth-based outfit SINS are now ready to cement their legacy to date with their shimmering debut EP 'ALGORITHMS'.
Having previously found support with BBC Radio 6, BBC Radio 1, Radio X, BBC Introducing, and even ITV’s This Morning, SINS' newest collection makes for a wonderfully rich and vibrant listen. Channelling a warm and breezy flow that reaches far back into the Britpop-era aesthetic throughout, 'ALGORITHMS' is a brilliantly warm and powerful example of their shining sound to date.
Speaking about the new release, lead guitarist Aaron Evans aka ASBO’ said, “Algorithms are playing havoc with society, constantly censoring and determining what content we see, the news we read, what we buy, who we relate to, the politicians we vote for. Instead of looking outwards to others and alternative perspectives, these algorithms are only allowing us to look in wards to ourselves-just like looking in to a mirror”.
Despite a confident string of singles under their belt already, 'ALGORITHMS' showcases the band as one of the more exciting names on the rise right now. With such a strong grasp over their production and songwriting already, we can't wait to hear what they have in store for us in the future as well.
Have a listen to 'ALGORITHMS' in full via the player below.