The Decomposers reveal video for ‘Therapy’

By Ben Tipple

Meet The Decomposers, who on new track ‘Therapy’ sit somewhere between the alt-rock of Manchester Orchestra and Brand New, and folk-punk or Americana. Despite being difficult to describe, they are very easy to enjoy.

“We had a pool of around 20 songs that we worked on over a period of a year,” the band say of ‘Therapy’, and ode to the struggles of undiagnosed mental health. “We’ve all been really excited about sharing the tracks but we knew the most important thing was to write the best songs we could possibly write. So we held tight until now.”

The four-piece will be releasing their ‘Born Out of Silence’ debut EP on the 6th May, already set to be joined by Tellison, Bad Ideas and Real Talk for the release show at Liquor in Lincoln.

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