Sweat Threats share new single ‘Resist’ recorded at Abbey Road Studios

A rallying cry against oppressive forces; Sweat Threats have shared their latest single, ‘Resist’. Recorded at the prestigious Abbey Road Studios, the track is a blistering three minutes of distorted riffs, guttural vocals and crashing percussion designed to motivate listeners into action.

Formed of Matthew Sutton (TAYNE), Niall Jackson (Swimmers, Bouts) and new drummer Dan, Sweat Threats are a London/Irish trio who combine adrenaline and abrasive noise to create their cathartic post-punk tunes. ‘Resist’ is a prime example of this, packing a necessary punch in terms of volume and message, reminding listeners that ignorance is far from bliss.

The band have shared the single today (5th June) on their bandcamp page, and plan to donate all of the profits to the Minnesota Freedom Fund in Aid of the Black Lives Matter Movement. The track has also been featured on Hunting Season’s Isolation Compilation, alongside bands like JOHN, USA Nails, TAYNE, Noise Noir, Peach Club, Projector, Frauds and Pet Crow. All profits made from the compilation will be donated to the NHS (download here)

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Kate Crudgington

Kate Crudgington

Assistant Editor for Gigslutz (2015-2017) Now Co-Founder, Co-Host & Features Editor for @getinherears