Simmer Stream New Track ’Douse’

Ambient-punk newcomers Simmer stream ‘Simmer’ ahead of ‘Yellow Streak EP’ release!

Ambient-punk newcomers Simmer are pleased to announce the details of their second EP ‘Yellow Streak’ which will be released with Brighton-based punk and hardcore-championing independent label Dog Knights Productions on 30th March 2015.

You can preorder the EP now right here as part of a limited edition run of 300 7” vinyl records which come in transparent yellow or green. Each record comes with a digital download code and full colour insert.

Get a flavour of their atmospheric, down-tempo punk on previously unheard EP track ‘Douse’ which is now available to stream here:

“I’m really excited about working with Simmer” explains Dog Knights label boss Darren Harvey “There are plenty of bands doing the whole ’emo / shoegaze crossover-thing’ right now, but these guys are genuinely doing something more interesting than the rest. If you like Nothing, Basement & Headroom, you’ll probably like this too!”

Bonded together in February 2014 in the sleepy town of Winsford, Cheshire over a mutual love of early emotive hardcore artists Sunny Day Real Estate and punk icons Fugazi, they released their seething debut EP ‘Your Tonal Mess’ physically on tape in May ‘14.

The ‘Yellow Streak’ EP is released 30th March via Dog Knights Productions.

‘Yellow Streak’ Track List:


2)Head Trip

3)Laying Odds

4)Yellow Streak

UK Live Dates:

24th Feb – Guilty by Association – Manchester (w/ Broadbay & The New Tusk)
25th March – Tooting Tram & Social – London (w/ Yearbook)
1st Apr – Sound Control – Manchester
17th Apr – Manchester Punk Festival – Manchester

Brad Biddlecombe

February 19, 2015

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