Tempesst’s “A Little Bit Of Trouble” Goes Out To Everyone Who Has Dealt With Pubullies

Pub bullies = bottom of human species

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“I swear to god they are looking at me again / A little bit of trouble at the end of the line” chants Tempesst’s Toma in the new single “A Little Bit Of Trouble.” If you ever confronted a pubully involuntarily at a bar, then this track speaks to the pain of losing hope for humanity and the surrealistic experience having your fight-or-flight response on. Confrontation aside, “A Little Bit Of Trouble” is one groovy surrealistic jam that sucks you into a timeless space where you’re swimming in the waters of 60s psych, but at the same time soaking the futuristic vibe in the air. Stream below:

“The week we started writing the instrumentals for the track we had a bit of an incident at a pub in east London. Some guys were giving Andy (Toma’s brother, and Tempesst drummer) a hard time about his jacket or hat or something and everyone was pretty drunk. The song was written to capture the memory for eternity.” shared Toma Banjanin.

“A Little Bit Of Trouble” is from the band’s sophomore EP Doomsday, which will be out on July 27. The quintet has shows coming up in the UK, so go check them out:

7/16 – O2 Ritz Manchester (Manchester, UK)

7/17 – O2 Forum Kentish Town (London, UK)

7/20 – Limelight (Belfast, UK)