PREMIERE: Useless Cities share cinematic new track, ‘Eyesore’

Following a run of London shows, and a ton of media acclaim, London-based indie band Useless Cities are sharing their new track ‘Eyesore.’

Produced by Paul Tipler (Elastica, The Horrors, Idlewild), ‘Eyesore’ is a cinematic dose of gloomy indie-rock. Speaking about the track, frontman Tom Argent says: “’Eyesore’ is about being in a dysfunction relationship with oneself and reality… It drifts in and out of one’s own perceptions and misconceptions of reality, exploring both the good and bad.”

Likened to Wolf Alice and The Pixies, ‘Eyesore’ presents a band very comfortable in their own sound; confident in their unique brand of shoe-gazey doom and gloom.

Listen to ‘Eyesore’:

Useless Cities will be playing live in support of the track.
Keep up to date at uselesscities.co.uk.

Melissa Svensen

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Melissa, 21. Editor. Student, music journalist, probably talking about Blur or Bowie
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