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Swine release latest single No Fightin' // review

Salford sweethearts Swine graced us with the perfect valentine's gift this Sunday gone - they're latest single No Fightin'. The track, recorded at Boxyard Studios (Manchester), is the first since 2020's riotous single 'Gazza B'. It's a great start to the year for Swine, and the track's certainly a good one in my opinion.

No Fightin' is a cocktail of indie hooks and post-punk noise with a double shot of ska for good measure. We see the four-piece subtly heading off in a new direction, where we get to hear experimentation with new genres and sounds. Keeping up with previous releases from the band, this track envelopes a punk ethos and showcases a rhythmic flurry of noise. It's doused with bass-heavy melodies and a groovy backdrop set to project the band to new heights.

Speaking of the track, vocalist Michael Blakemore says: “No Fightin’ highlights the idea that we, or those who we love, or anyone, are not perfect. It’s self-reflection to some extent as some of the lines in the song are things that have been said to me. The lyrics portrays an unhealthy relationship for both people involved and a plead for peace. Is there ever no fightin’”?

Add it to your playlists, give it a spin and turn up the volume (to max.)!

You can hear No Fightin’ on all major streaming platforms now!

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Words: Tate Powell

Live photo: Trust A Fox Photography

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