1. You're No Friends of Mine Joe Symes & The Loving Kind 3:17
  2. You're Not Coming Back Tomorrow Joe Symes & The Loving Kind 2:45

Joe Symes & The Loving Kind never disappoint when it comes to the new indie scene. Here we have two exclusive premieres for their new songs “You’re No Friends Of Mine” and “You’re Not Coming Back Tomorrow”.

With “You’re No Friends Of Mine” we get a sense of their softer side. A bit of retro soft actually. Which is a welcome change to the cookie-cutter ballads that are out there at the moment. The track pays homage to the recording techniques of the time actually, with mellotron, mini moogs, and Leslie pedal guitars abound. An all neatly and seamlessly packaged in a song worthy of any future classic collection!

“You’re Not Coming Back Tomorrow” is more of a contemporary music piece with subtle chord progressions and soothing melodies with a steady backbeat and soft rhythm.

These two new tracks further solidify Joe Symes, Colin White, and Stefan Bujak as young elder statesmen of true music. Well done!

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About Joe Symes & The Loving Kind:
Since the release of their debut album in 2013, the band has embarked on a non-stop journey all over the UK, performing in cities and towns from London to Glasgow. Taking their self-titled debut on an assault around the country has seen them pick up some major support slots including The Blockheads, Dodgy, XTC, Bloc Party and Alt-J, as well as hitting the Festival circuit, and coming to the attention of Creation Management’s Alan McGee. The album has also been greatly received in America and had magazine and airplay all over the world.

With the release of their new single, Things Get Better, the band showcase how they have evolved, formed from more increasingly energetic live performances, with a heavier sound, but still keeping their distinctive feel found on the first album. Things Get Better has already begun to attract attention at home and abroad, being featured on BBC Introducing, being played at Anfield (Liverpool FC) on match days, as well as already having some International airplay.