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Anonymous duo Nrvs (pronounced “Nerves”) are set to release their brand new single ‘See Yer Hate To Be Yer’ via all streaming services on 22nd January 2021.‘See Yer Hate To Be Year’ is a fuzzy logic indie anthem that sounds like Buzzcocks stirring an Alt-Rock musical cauldron with WEEN. The band have been praised from the likes of Radio 1, Yuck magazine and Trebuchet,

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“Audio visual resistance punk duo NRVS present their manifesto of digital primitivism” - Trebuchet
Magazine

“The duo have garnered a reputation for creating an authentic mix of anthems alternative-rock
that is contrasted by ironic lyricism” - YUCK Magazine

“Anonymous dystopian duo who have rapidly become Louder Than War favourites” - Louder Than
War Magazine

Anonymous duo Nrvs (pronounced “Nerves”) are set to release their brand new single ‘See Yer
Hate To Be Yer’ via all streaming services on 22nd January 2021.

‘See Yer Hate To Be Year’ is a fuzzy logic indie anthem that sounds like Buzzcocks stirring an Alt-Rock musical cauldron with WEEN.

The track is is summed up by one of the Nrvs protagonists:
“See Yer Hate To Be Yer is a love song dedicated to the city where I grew up, Old London Town ... and to the hipgeoisie who infest it”

Whilst the other protagonist states: “Nrvs is a punk band. The source of our music is pure but the way we present ourselves online is a
reflection of the madness which is the internet. See yer hate to be yer was a very fun song to record. I got the beat from the 80's pop side from my brain, the rest is groove history”

“An obsession with ecological collapse, social dislocation, science fiction” states one half of the mystery-clad duo Nrvs on what fuels their fire. “Lyrics that stalk a landscape of social dislocation and cloaked oppression: anxiety as a means of control; the dystopia of the ordinary.” A narrative worthy of separating their identity from, adding gravitas to a socially reflective ethos that perfectly
syphons through their jagged music, executed with a formidable punk grit.

Pulling inspiration from a range as broad as The Breeders, Warsaw, Jean Michel Basquiat, JG Ballard, ADHD, the internet, and their involvement with Extinction Rebellion its clear that anything they’d put their hand to is far from ordinary. “We wanted to hear the sounds that aren’t being made,” they continue, but as much as no artists plan to fade into the crowd, Nrvs stand head and shoulders above in their efforts. “Production that feeds all that’s left of punk rock, into a sonic meat
grinder to produce raw beats like an exquisitely choreographed high-speed car crash” they
summarise.

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“Audio visual resistance punk duo NRVS present their manifesto of digital primitivism” - Trebuchet
Magazine

“The duo have garnered a reputation for creating an authentic mix of anthems alternative-rock
that is contrasted by ironic lyricism” - YUCK Magazine

“Anonymous dystopian duo who have rapidly become Louder Than War favourites” - Louder Than
War Magazine

Anonymous duo Nrvs (pronounced “Nerves”) are set to release their brand new single ‘See Yer
Hate To Be Yer’ via all streaming services on 22nd January 2021.

‘See Yer Hate To Be Year’ is a fuzzy logic indie anthem that sounds like Buzzcocks stirring an Alt-Rock musical cauldron with WEEN.

The track is is summed up by one of the Nrvs protagonists:
“See Yer Hate To Be Yer is a love song dedicated to the city where I grew up, Old London Town ... and to the hipgeoisie who infest it”

Whilst the other protagonist states: “Nrvs is a punk band. The source of our music is pure but the way we present ourselves online is a
reflection of the madness which is the internet. See yer hate to be yer was a very fun song to record. I got the beat from the 80's pop side from my brain, the rest is groove history”

“An obsession with ecological collapse, social dislocation, science fiction” states one half of the mystery-clad duo Nrvs on what fuels their fire. “Lyrics that stalk a landscape of social dislocation and cloaked oppression: anxiety as a means of control; the dystopia of the ordinary.” A narrative worthy of separating their identity from, adding gravitas to a socially reflective ethos that perfectly
syphons through their jagged music, executed with a formidable punk grit.

Pulling inspiration from a range as broad as The Breeders, Warsaw, Jean Michel Basquiat, JG Ballard, ADHD, the internet, and their involvement with Extinction Rebellion its clear that anything they’d put their hand to is far from ordinary. “We wanted to hear the sounds that aren’t being made,” they continue, but as much as no artists plan to fade into the crowd, Nrvs stand head and shoulders above in their efforts. “Production that feeds all that’s left of punk rock, into a sonic meat
grinder to produce raw beats like an exquisitely choreographed high-speed car crash” they
summarise.

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