Propelling massive post-Britpop/hip-rock-hop, Galvin creates a weird world that's barely real in tracks like "Pass The Pain" and "Yesterdays", both surefire festival singalongs come 2015's summer.

Jerk At The End Of The Line is out 30 March on Virgin EMI.

Watch the teaser trailer/behind-the-scenes footage for "Yesterdays" below, directed by Dexter Navy.


1. Intro (Twist It Up)
2. Jerk
3. Yesterdays
4. Break It Off
5. Can’t Get Happy
6. Blood Carpet
7. Petals
8. Cadillac Girl
9. Daisychained
10. Pass The Pain
11. Backseat Kissers
12. When This Begins