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Humour live together in Glasgow and formed across the 2021 lockdowns, writing and recording their material at home, with the music intended as a backdrop to Andreas' lyrics. Sometimes they’re about letting people down, sometimes they’re about pets dying, sometimes they’re about trying to say something when you don’t have anything worth saying.
Featured in tip lists for 2023 from NME, The Skinny and Dork.
Support on BBC Radio 1 (Jack Saunders, Kerrie Cosh). Multiple plays on BBC 6Music(Steve Lamacq, Amy Lamé). Playlisted on Radio X.
Press features include DIY's Get To Know, Interviews with DORK and WhyNow. Coverage also from Clash, Yuck and more. Playlist features include Live Nation & Rough Trade.
“Get to know ‘em. Real post punk energy" - Jack Saunders, BBCR1
"...Stands out from the pack. Helter-skelter post-punk with a deeply alternative take on what constitutes a ‘pop’ melody, it’s a seethingly intelligent slice of guitar music." - Clash
“Pretty soon everyone's going to have a good sense of Humour" - Dork
“Riot of invention” - NME