EXCLUSIVE: Sisteray 'Queen's English' Video Premiere

EXCLUSIVE: Sisteray ‘Queen’s English’ Video Premiere

‘Queen’s English’ is taken from ’15 Minutes’, the new recording project from Londoners Sisteray. A brutish anti-brexit guitar song, with an urgent guitar pop sound that hints at the likes of the Smiths and the Jam: at once retro and yet fresh with their attitude. Both the song and video sum up the frustration and anger at a system that doffs its cap to the idiots in charge, we have the premiere below.

The band’s new recording project entitled ’15 Minutes’ is out now on Vallace records, takes its inspiration from the famous Andy Warhol quote, “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes”. Produced and mixed by Rory Attwell (Test Icicles, The Vaccines, Palma Violets) at Lightship 95, East London, at exactly ‘15 minutes’ of music over 5 songs.

Guitarist Connolly adds, ‘Now more than ever, people seem to be given 15 minutes and 15 minutes only. It’s not an album and it’s not a single. It’s simply a statement about the times we are living in.’

Photo credit: Alberto Pezzali

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