The indie upstarts return with “81”, which sounds like the lovechild of Go West and Wild Nothing.
Chesterfield’s TRASH are an unassuming looking bunch making evocative dream pop in a similar vein to their contemporaries Magic Gang and The Night Café. On their latest single “81” the band ruminate on growing older and the importance of risk taking whilst a myriad of reverberated guitar reflections and summer tinged melodies give the entire piece a sense of nostalgic melancholia.
Discussing the track the band stated: “When you’re 81 and you’ve had no fun it’s gonna be too late. Most of the songs on this EP are messages to myself. This message is simple: you’re not gonna be around forever so make every second count. Please fulfil life, take a risk, have experiences, laugh a lot and try to worry as little as possible.”