For fans of Violent Soho with a female vocalist thrown on top (as stated by the band) with a mix of early Paramore and The Story So Far Just About Done, look set to make their mark within Pop Punk.
The band recently released their video for 1029 the second installment from Just About Done's video trilogy from their new EP I Am Getting By. The track can be viewed below.
Vocalist Samantha McGee states about the track: "Pronounced 'ten twenty-nine', it’s about a relationship going through a hard time. Without giving away too much, the lyrics portray a feeling of not even wanting to confront an issue because you are so exhausted by the situation. This song is punchy, fast and instrumentally huge. The accompanying video supports the lyrics of this song, but will not reveal the storyline yet – though it is crucial to the narrative. There are so many elements to this that even we find new details every time we watch it. Note: in this video, there is a couple. Yet in 'Strain' there is not. Why?”
Yet In Strain can also be viewed below:
The band started as a school band with McGee stating they want to be part of the community to push along: "Listening to albums from start to finish; attaching music to memories; really being there in that point in time, listening and watching a performance, rather than watching through a screen. We know it's possible."
Just About Done are rounded off by Jack Farnfield and Daniel Sunday on guitar, Joe Considine on bass and Michael March on drums.
I Am Getting By is produced by Christopher Vernon with additional engineering by Declan White and Liam Guinane. This marks Just About Done's first attempt into a wholly conceptual piece with the band stating: “The tracks are about normal aspects of life, which always come as a shock to those who live it. The lyrics were written about very specific circumstances, but can be interpreted very differently for everyone, which is why we hold these songs very close to our hearts.”