“Don’t Save Me”
Release – Friday 22nd January
“All blazing synths, lazer sharp guitars and anthemic vocals”
“…indie-dance done right: summery, springy and a whole lot of fun.”
– Fortitude Magazine
Hotly tipped indie-electronic four piece Native People return in 2016 with their fresh new single and sound, ‘Don’t Save Me’ released as part of Killing Moon’s January Compilation Album.
Youthful and full of ambition, Reuben (21), Luke (20), Connor (18) & Hudd (18) have combined classic 80s synths with fresh indie-electronic ties drawing influences from contemporaries like Shura, Friendly Fires and Two Door Cinema Club. Don’t Save Me is no exception, every inch the summer anthem with sharp guitars, warming synths and melodic vocals arriving in time to welcome lighter evenings and hotter days.
Listen to ‘Don’t Save Me’:
Support for the four piece has grown rapidly since the release of their debut single, Calm Forever which saw the lads secure titles such as Record of the Week (BBC Introducing Kent), Discovery of the Week (Amazing Radio) plus gain support from the likes of 6Music, Clash, AMBY & Spindle.
The quartets vivacious live set saw the lads sell out Club NME at London’s prestigious, Koko and caught the attention of indie experts Propaganda. Eager to get their new show on the road, Native People will soon be announcing their UK tour kicking off in March.