"It’s about digging into past relationships and how, ultimately, it won’t do your new one any good."
Photo: Corey Eyres
snake eyes are back with a new song, and we guarantee it's going to be lodged in your head for weeks.
It's called 'dig' and combines wonderfully anthemic grunge energy with sticky melodies to create a cracking piece of modern British rock.
Vocalist and guitarist Jim Heffy had this to say about the tune:
“dig is one of those songs that fell together super quick. I think, like many others, I ended up with a lot more free time (due to the first lockdown) so I had a surge of creativity and ended up churning out a bunch of new songs. I remember the chords going round in my head when I was delivering pizzas and realised the drums should just be slamming with snares on each beat. It’s about digging into past relationships and how, ultimately, it won’t do your new one any good. Some things are better left behind ya!”
You can check out the track's discomfortingly ace video below:
The band released their debut EP 'skeletons' earlier this year via Killing Moon.