The Vanities release new track ‘Reality TV‘
Glasgow’s punk quartet The Vanities have returned with their second ferocious single of the year titled ‘Reality TV’.
Since forming, the band have gained a reputation for their charismatic stage presence and have climbed their way to the top of the Glasgow music scene among bands like Gallus, Snash and Rascalton.
‘Reality TV’ sees the band star in their debut music video. Described by vocalist Alan Hannah as “the drugged-up love child of Trainspotting and a 90’s Beastie Boys video”.
Sonically, the track is loud and fast with blistering guitar riffs and crashing cymbals. It starts off with an infectious driving bass line and builds into a massive exploding chorus. Alan Hannah’s punk vocals particularly stand out as he sings cutting lyrics about the band’s distaste of reality television.
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