The Limbs unleash new slice of grunged out goodness with new single, ‘Here’

‘I’ve Lived A Million Truths For You’

The sound of The Limbs is one steeped in rich rock and grunge.

With their new single ‘Here’the Perth four-piece show off another element of their dynamism as a rock band and excite, as the band looks ahead to a bright and busy second half of 2019.

‘Here’ is driven by free and driving guitar and vocal melodies, while the rhythm section of the track harks back to the glory days of The Smiths, and the dominating essence of Blur. Recorded at Perth’s Debaser Studios with Andy Lawson (Gyroscope) on production and mixing, with Simon Struthers (Bob Evans) on mastering, ‘Here’ is a fine release from one of the West Coast’s beloved rock acts.

A new era for The Limbs

Coming together in 2013, The Limbs became a popular fixture on the WA live scene. Quickly locking in shows alongside the likes of Tired Lion and Pat Chow, the release of their debut EP Beginner put them further on the radars of many. In the years that have ensued, The Limbs have continued to hone their sound. Stemming from an early love of shoegaze and alternative rock, flourishing into a central sound encompassing punk and grunge.

The band’s sophomore release, Dive In, made an impact all its own, setting the foundation for The Limbs’ sound in 2019. The charging sounds of single ‘Caught Me At A Bad Time’ signalled a new chapter for the band. Bolstered by the introduction of new band member Clayton Brown(guitar) and successful shows supporting Jebediah and Abbe May.

The release of ‘Here’ this month simply furthers the carefree nature of The Limbs’ music. Sure, it is rock music served up with grit, but there’s also a loftiness to Redman’s melodies that brings the music further into the light.