The Institutes release “All That You’ll Ever Know”
Coventry band, The Institutes, release their brand new song, “All The You’ll Ever Know”, today, a glorious indie-Britpop anthem that should appeal to modern music lovers as well as those who remember its heyday, thirty years ago. If you like The Charlatans and The LA’s, then this is right up your street! The song is the band’s third release of 2020 and follows on from “Alleyways” and “Heal in Time”.
The quartet – Reid Zappa Currie (Vocals, Guitar), Andy Hall (Guitar, Backing Vocals), Kirk Savage (Drums) and Andy Lowe (Bass) – have only been recording for a year, but “All That You’ll Ever Know” is already their sixth offering, with more to come. Vocalist Reid Zappa Currie says of the new single: “It’s the sound of four lads in a freezing cold garage in Coventry, feeling like we’re looking through a keyhole at a better life, and dreaming, with knife edge hopes of escaping, to get a taste of ‘living in paradise’”.
The band are developing quite a following, having been featured on BBC Radio 1 and after much self promotion and gigging, they have recently been signed to 42’s Records. “All That You’ll Ever Know” is their first release for the label, which was recorded and mixed by Andy Hall and Kristian Donaldson. Whilst paying homage to the past, “All That You’ll Ever Know” demonstrates the band’s musical ability to produce a great British indie-rock tune that is easily accessible to all and should, with their new signing, get heard by a wider audience and bring the band out into the open at long last.