Dead Nice Drop “Observer” From Upcoming “Obscene” EP

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Leicester melodic punk newcomers Dead Nice have returned with another new offering in the form of Observer that is out now on all good streaming services. The track is the second single to be taken from the band’s forthcoming debut EP, Obscene, that is set for release on Friday 13th October. The band draw influence from established punk acts such as AFI, Rise Against, Millencolin and Hot Water Music, there are also traces of touchstone post-hardcore pioneers Thrice and Thursday in their progressive, technical-yet-raw punk sound. The quintet will also be playing their debut live performance with a free entry show at The Soundhouse, Leicester on 14th October with support from Enderby and Produkty.

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“‘Observer’ is a song about coming to the realisation that you’re actually stuck doing something you don’t want to be and coming to the decision to get out. It might take a while to get there, and the leap can be scary, but close your eyes and take the leap.” (vocalist John Conyers)