Table Scraps drop a thunderous new single; the first from their upcoming album Coffin Face.
Scott, Poppy and Tim have been representing Birmingham on the international garage-rock stage for years now, so we have to trust them. But when they say that new single ‘Doom Generation’ was recorded before the pandemic took hold, it seems like a reach. The two-minute slab of grinding catharsis feels like the perfect anthem for 2020.
With their previous release, 2018’s Autonomy, garnering heavy airplay from BBC 6 Music and acclaim from the likes of Monster Magnet and IDLES, new sounds from the Scraps can only be good news. “Doom Generation” fuses the groups heavy metal heritage with a garagey bite that calls to mind Oh Sees and Amyl & The Sniffers. It might not be the most uplifting track you hear this year, but we’re all looking for a light at the end of the tunnel right now, and maybe Coffin Face could be just that.
As we’ve come to expect from Table Scraps (see also: ‘I Wanna Stay Home With U‘ and ‘Lyin’ Thru Yer Teeth‘,) ‘Doom Generation’ comes complete with a sweet video produced by the band, full of references to the local music scene. Check it out below and see what familiar faces and places you can spot.
Doom Generation is out now.
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