UK quartet Ice Black Birds unleashes lean, muscular riffs on third single, '22:22'

Lauded by White Denim and NME, UK band Ice Black Birds has a knack for grinding out riffs as muscular as they are catchy.

The Brighton rockers are on a song-by-song quest for rock domination, releasing a series of singles including the band’s latest, “22:22.” A tight bass line circles beneath lean, scruffy guitar licks and singer Sam Denniston’s charismatic vocals.

The song is due March 22, b/w “S.S.W.,” described in the band’s press material as a “jangly, soul-laden break-up track.” Sounds good to us.

22:22 mp3

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