South London based Disco Rock quintet and longtime friends; The Shakers are back with a fresh surf-rock single. Laden with guitar riffs, groovey bass lines and upbeat drums, their new single “Tea Party” is another step forward for The Shakers, released via their own label: Infinity Cactus records. “Tea Party”’s instrumentation carries a strong, punchy presence, filled with rock’n’roll catchy riffs and pounding drums, yet doesn’t overwhelm, falling pleasantly within the realms of Indie-pop / Rock and making for a powerful listen.
The self-produced track is the perfect encapsulation of their vibrant guitar-led sonics; with melodic hooks punctuating a hazy soundscape. Already set to perform on many impressive festival stages later this year, ‘Tea Party’ should see the band continue their upward trajectory.

“Following the theme of independence, essentially the song describes one of those parties where the only guests are a group of close friends and you can be as weird as you want,” say The Shakers. “We are trying to capture the mercurial moment of unexpected joy of time spent with good friends away from any of the influences of the uncertainties of life.”

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