Immerse yourself in Selfish Things’ new single ‘Flood’

Ontario-based Selfish Things first caught my attention when they popped up in my release radar with ‘Hangman’ earlier this year. It was love at first soundwave and their 2018 EP ‘Vertical Love’ has been on repeat ever since, while I anticipated their next move.

Now they’re finally back with brand-new single ‘Flood’, and it’s everything I could’ve hoped for. It’s a hard-hitting track about the destructive impact humans are having on Earth and each other – topics that have been thrust into the spotlight more often than ever – yet, Selfish Things manage to do it in such a refreshing way and with such poetic flair, that it doesn’t come across preachy. Featuring a mix of synths and downright filthy guitar riffs, it’s an infectious blend of modern techniques and guitar music that leaves you craving more of front man Alex Biro and company. They’re vulnerable, honest, extremely talented and seriously underrated. This is a band you NEED to check out.