TRACK REVIEW: Big Romance – Dogfight | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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With a visceral surge into grunge territory, Newcastle’s Big Romance‘s latest single, Dogfight, marks a distinct departure from the vibrant punch of their previous single Sickener to embrace a deeper, more melancholic sound.

Under the deft production of Paul Gregory (Lanterns On The Lake), the track masterfully balances a raw, edgy vibe with professional polish, belying the band’s relative newness on the scene. With screeching guitars and ferocious drums cutting through dense, reverb-laden landscapes, Dogfight aptly captures the essence of a panic-fuelled outburst, making it an anthem for anyone overwhelmed with frustration. This track is a must-listen for fans of Nirvana, Fontaines D.C. and IDLES, and it’s one that really shows Big Romance as a band hitting their stride.

 

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