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Single review: Spyres – See Through You

January is over, but if you’ve not kicked 2022 into life yet, don’t worry. You don’t want to linger much longer, though. Thankfully Spyres, with their single ‘See Through You’, should propel you into action.

The guitar solo, coming after an intense volley of lyrics, is rather ear-catching. It might be a moment that allows the dual vocalists to catch their breath but it’s likely to be the trigger for some serious movement in the audience during live shows.The drums also have a few standout fills, so it’s a well-balanced track, serving as a good introduction to Spyres if you’re yet to have the pleasure.

It’s highly polished and, depending on your age, you’ll instantly come up with an equally angsty, ambitious, and anthemic song from your era. And hey, if your era is now, keep an eye out for the forthcoming debut EP from Spyres.

‘See Through You’ is out now on Lab Records

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