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Forever Cult are one of many bands bemoaning the death of the NME, fondly recalling being called “scraggy” by the famous magazine (“pretty fair tbh”, they admit).

Scraggy or not, Forever Cult are still going strong, as demonstrated by single Usurper. Described by vocalist Kieran as “a cold observation of a night out…and the different feelings and thoughts I had as the night progressed”, this is the first song written since bringing in new guitarist Wilko.

Like the song? You can see Forever Cult at Falsetival in Manchester this April, along with other PP favourites False Advertising and Calva Louise.

 

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