14 Hours

Posted 6th August 2013

New Angular act Society are readying the release of their highly-anticipated second single '14 Hours', having shot to infamy late last year on the back of the remarkable runaway success of super-limited 7-inch vinyl-only debut 'All That We've Become'.

The man behind the classic croon, 24-year-old London-based singer and songsmith, James Girdler, is stepping into the spot-light, captured in signature cinematic style in the band's first press shots. "This project has been a total labour of love for almost two years now," says the frontman. "After countless nights making drones with amazing bits of old gear we're very excited to let this project step out of the shadows."

The song itself feels the perfect next step for Society, with the familiar groove-driven beats and cut-up back-drop, this time swaggering in triumphant hip hop fashion, set-against bittersweet gospel cries, and Jamie's unmistakable voice guiding us through vivid tales of regret, release and redemption.

Watch this space for imminent updates, as Society's debut live shows are very much on the horizon, as well as a rather special filmic follow-up in the promo video for '14 Hours', and various other surprises.