Next Friday (May 19th), Suffolk alt-rockers In My Disguise unleash their debut EP in the form of ‘Achromatic’. The five-track release sees the Ipswich-based band embrace big name influences such as Biffy Clyro, Muse, and Audioslave, to create a collection of riff-heavy, straight-up, no frills hard rock.
To give you a sneak preview of what In My Disguise have to offer, we have the exclusive first play of their new video for ‘Hour Glass’. The track is an impassioned and intense slice of alt-rock which sees vocalist Ollie Smith gives a personal account of being misunderstood and the difficulties of having no one to turn too.
“’Hour Glass’ describes the feeling of being misunderstood by others,” the band told us. It’s basically, the difficulty experienced when fully trying to explain what emotions you’re going through when you are feeling very low. This in turn, creates anger and torment.“
‘Achromatic’ EP by In My Disguise is released on 19th May. ‘Hour Glass’ is available now.
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