Landfill – Echo Chamber

Never ones to shy away from topical, relevant subjects, Landfill’s new single ‘Echo Chamber’ sees the Medway lads playfully dig into the 21st century scourge of letting your thoughts, beliefs and opinions be formed by your own carefully curated, narrow band of social media followers, whether through “twitter polls and Alan Shearer’s top 10 goals”.

With their third single release under their belt, Landfill have just about perfected their melodic punk with massive chant-along chorus sound and, clocking in at a perfect two minute thirty length, they do so with absolutely no hint of padding or filler, just straightforward, old-fashioned and high quality tuneage. And if you happen to have discovered across this article from Indie Music Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, well I guess the echo chamber may be good for the odd thing or two…

Landfill played what was by all accounts a storming set at This Feeling’s night at Kings Cross Water Rats last night (Saturday 20th August) and will no doubt be making their way around more venues in London and the South East very very soon. We were lucky enough to interview the band back in March and ‘Echo Chamber’ has piqued your interest you can always go back and have a read.

‘Echo Chamber’ was released on 19th August 2022 and you can find Spotify links below of the single and their banging live EP, released back in May, recorded at the Albion Rooms studios, which includes a truly ace version of the song along with a version of Len’s 90’s feel-good hit ‘Steal My Sunshine’:

Published by heyrichey

I like music. In my spare time sometimes I listen to it and then write about the music I've listened to.

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