The Gray Vines are brimming with energy — it’s in their music, their performances, and in their creative output. Having just released their debut EP less than a year ago, this boisterous trio are back with “See Me” off their forthcoming EP, Obscene. A taste of what is to come, there unleash frustration, release, and an awareness of the ever-changing world that surrounds us all.
The song throws you into a current of anger at class division and tethers you with heavy guitar rock. There’s a franticness to the music, which pulls back only so that the rhythmic vocals are made clear. Complimenting this, the lyrics scrawl across the clip, which shows the band performing as well as footage from protests. The result is a politically charged punk moment that ends with a bang, so sudden you’ll want to watch and listen to the track again.
The Gray Vines are here and ready to get your blood pumping with their contagious energy. You won’t want to miss Obscene, which will be released on February 9th, 2018. To hear more from The Gray Vines, you can find them on their website, SoundCloud, and Facebook page. You can also follow them on Twitter.