Their latest single is all over-driven guitars and impassioned vocals, with '70s punk riffs and cantering drums. Simple, catchy melodies soar over the top of the rough and ready instrumentals, drawing attention to the candid lyrics: "It tastes like freedom but it feels like death," croons Chloe Little over explosive guitars and a thumping bass line.

This follows the South London band’s release of the fiery "Treats" last year, and comes with an accompanying political video. Shots of burning money and flags are paired the blistering track, cementing the songs lyrics.

"Vultures" comes from the INHEAVEN’s upcoming debut album, which they're set to preview at The Great Escape in Brighton next month. They’ve also filled their summer with other festival appearances, so you’ll be able to catch them at Truck and Reading & Leeds, amongst others.

Check out their full summer schedule.