Infectious indie-rock single from Edinburgh-based artist is lifted from new Danger Moose EP

Rising British singer-songwriter Inkfields has released his new single 'Anybody Out There', the lead track from his third EP Danger Moose. The energetic new track is an impressive cocktail of floorfilling indie-disco drums, earworm melodies and classic rock riffs.

Since taking the plunge and becoming a full-time musician in 2015, Inkfields (the pseudonym of multi-instrumentalist Samuel James-Griffiths) has been busy developing his songwriting into an expansive and adventurous indie rock sound influenced by Radiohead, Arctic Monkeys and Coldplay. After building an early fanbase with a series of acoustic gigs and street busking performances across the UK and Germany, his first EP Paperless Book sold over 500 copies and his second release 'You Forgot The Roots' picked up press acclaim and radio airplay across Europe. But this success was also met with adversity, after a van break-in during a Swedish tour led to all of Sam’s instruments, equipment and new recordings being stolen in late 2015. Despite this setback, Sam emerged more determined than ever to create new Inkfields music and expand both his audience and his musical style. With the Danger Moose EP now on release and his fanbase growing around the world, the sky is the limit for this ambitious and unique artist.

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Listen to Anybody Out There on Soundcloud below:

October 28, 2016 5:14am ET by Saint In The City PR  

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