Cliché Cult Air New Single “Slippy”

Cliché Cult Air New Single "Slippy"
Cliché Cult “Slippy”

Leeds indie rock four-piece Cliché Cult have aired their new single “Slippy“.

The song, produced and mixed by Tom Rees (Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard frontman) is out today (Oct 28) via Blaggers Records, get it here.

Cliché Cult’s sound combines elements of the modern and older generations of indie music, with comparisons to the likes of Joy Division, Echo and the Bunnymen, and The Strokes.

 Stream it below.

The band, comprised of Jimmy Sweeney (vocals/guitar), Robin Green (drums), Jake Clayton (guitar) and Jimmy Ingham (bass), formed in 2020, in the midst of the first nationwide lockdown in the UK.

Despite been unable to gig for the first 13 months of their existence, the band managed to release their first 3 singles which received great acclaim.

Once the live circuit opened up again, they played numerous support slots with the likes of Neon Waltz and The Illicits, curated by promoters such as This Feeling and Metropolis. They also managed to grab a support slot at The Brudenell Social Club with NYC band Geese, and more recently The Big Pink, as well as playing on an exclusive line-up chosen by Creation Records’ Alan McGee at The Irish Centre in Leeds.