Southampton indie punks The Strifes dropped their new single 'Keep It Going' last month. The follow-up to their boisterous 'All Day and Night' debut of last year, the three-piece have been assigned as a band to be 'big in 2021' by promoters This Feeling.
Hi, we're Little Indie... and you are?
Give us a brief snapshot about yourself and what brought you to where you are today.
For those in the dark, provide us with a clue to your musical style and influences.
Our influences are The Enemy, Twisted Wheel, The Libertines and The Snuts. We get our big choruses from The Enemy, we had always felt from the start we need these tunes to be huge live with big choruses.
Tell us more about your new single.
'Keep It Going' a song about walking away from a job you dislike and everything that comes with it. It was mixed and mastered by Peter, who is my old man in our home studio, which is handy really. But we wanted to keep 'Keep It Going' really raw and untouched production-wise.
What do you have planned for 2021?
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