Having already cemented themselves as a raw and raucous name emerging on the scene with a flurry of live shows across the UK and Europe recently, Brighton-based outfit The Slaughter House Band have now unleashed their blistering sound on the world with their new single 'I Don't See You Dancing'.
Accompanied by a vivid new video, directed by the band's friend and artistic collaborator Josh Fletcher, 'I Don't See You Dancing' is one of those rare and infectious gems that just cries out to be heard. Channelling rich and swaggering blues-rock riffs, and led charismatically by singer Raz Hyland's distinctive vocal style, it already feels like we will be hearing a lot more from this lot in the very near future.
Speaking about the new track, the band said, "'I Don't See You Dancing' is a bitter and judgmental howl into one's own ear. It's that little voice in your noggin that tells you to put down the wotsits, put your crocs on and do something. It's critical, it's cruel and it's confusing but it pours the diesel onto your creativity."
Check out the new video for 'I Don't See You Dancing' in the player below.