NewsMusic NewsFEET express their frustration on raw new single, ‘Busy Waiting’
It features on the upcoming ‘Walking Machine’ EP
FEET have shared a new track called ‘Busy Waiting’ – you can listen to it below.
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The song will feature on the Coventry outfit’s upcoming EP ‘Walking Machine’, which is released on August 6 via Nice Swan Records.
Following on from previous singles ‘Library’ and ‘Peace & Quiet’, new cut ‘Busy Waiting’ is “trying to capture that frustration of waiting for somebody to get a move on”.
“As a professional faffer myself, it was quite easy to slip into both of those roles for the writing and I’m chuffed with the amount of tension we’ve squeezed into a relatively short track,” explained frontman George Haverson.
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FEET have also today (July 15) announced a “tiny” headline show at London’s Shacklewell Arms on July 26. Tickets are available from here.
Following the intimate gig, the band will embark on a UK tour next month. They’ll perform in Sheffield, Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol, London and Brighton. Purchase any remaining tickets here and see the schedule below.
22 – Hope & Ruin, Brighton (Sold Out)
FEET released their debut album, ‘What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham’, in 2019. In a four-star review, NME wrote: “This peek into FEET’s trippy world is often confounding, but on the whole this album is a giddy ride from a British band not afraid to push the boundaries of their own sanity – and, quite possibly, your own.”