DENSE drop Garage-punk record ‘Reckoning’

Hailing from Leeds, UK, DENSE‘s fuzzy rock sound is turning heads in their home city and beyond. Their latest offering ‘Reckoning’ is an abstract journey through anguish, capturing the frustrations of modern day life through utilisation of melodic dissonance alongside a focus on rhythm and groove-led songwriting, conveying what the lyrics represent. The track boasts a mix from Ross Orton, who has worked with the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Drenge, God Damn, Pulled Apart by Horses and Working Men's Club.

DENSE are a garage-punk rock outfit from Leeds, UK. The three-piece combine thick fuzz with intricate riffs and melodies, producing unique and high energy sounds accompanied by raucous live shows. DENSE consists of Charlie Fossick (guitars and vocals), Dylan Metcalf (bass) and Sam Heffer(drums). Having shared stages around the country with the likes of Flat Worms and Prettiest Eyes, DENSE are spreading their intense energy as far as they can reach.