Seattle based rock group The National Honour Society has caught my ears with their upcoming debut album ‘All The Glory I Never Had’. Each track has a shift in genre across different types of rock and many of them emulate Brit Rock. The guitars are jangly, the vocals either super hazy or pointed direct and the hooks are catchy earworms.
Their new single ‘First Among The Last’ showcases the lighter, dreamier side of their rock and comes with a music video that feels like someone placed one of those hand-drawn photo filters over it. It helps me reminisce over the 80’s/90’s feel of the track. I love how artists and producers are getting around the social distance/lockdown measures with more inventive ideas. Its a great song but I’d be remiss if I didn’t state the album itself is rockier than this dreamy delight. The National Honour Society first released an EP in 2017 but it looks like 2020 could be their year. Enjoy the single below – the album is available to preorder.
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