Launchbox: Sisteray

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Sisteray are an indie 4-piece hailing from London, influenced by the likes of Joy Division and the Velvet Underground as well as all things British.

Their indie sound is capsulated by mod riffs and Ian Curtis-esque lyrics, latest single ‘She Likes the Drama’ is a prime example of this; mod riff opening with a song telling a simple yet pure story, typically British and a future classic in the mod industry.

Gigging relentlessly for the last two years, the 4-piece are catching the attention of the best critics and music lovers all around the UK, with their music full of original British rock feel classics, the band are one that wear their influences on their sleeves.

With big acolades already to their name, selling out the famous 100 club in London out, by word of mouth alone, the band are one who have created a huge cult following already and its only going to get bigger.

Set to play another ‘This Feeling’ club night, which has been played in the past by huge names like The Rifles, Pigeon Detectives and Reverend and the Makers, the band are certainly heading in the right direction towards national acclaim and playing bigger and better gigs.

Check out ‘She Likes the Drama’ below:

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