Teenage Manchester indie-rockers Callow Youth hit the music scene running today with the release of their debut single, the rollicking and rolling Did It Really Matter?Fans of high-octane guitar thrills and artists like Pretty Vicious, The Hunna and Catfish & The Bottlemen would be wise to get on board with these boys early.
“The song is a reflection on a tricky teenage relationships in a world captivated by mobile devices and social media, with two young teenagers going out for a night, with high expectations, only for it to end in a messy argument” explains frontman Alfie Turner.
Check out Did It Really Matter below on Spotify –
Callow Youth are one of the most hotly tipped young band to emerge out of Manchester in the past year and hail from the city’s suburbs of Ashton-Under-Lyne and Failsworth. Their catchy, melodic, original songs belie their age and time together – and the fact that most of them couldn’t play their instrument and had never attempted to write a song, when the band formed less than 2 years ago.
The band are currently recording new tracks with Gavin Monaghan (respected industry veteran and acclaimed producer of The Blinders “Columbia” album as well as brilliant records by Robert Plant and JAWS), have material lined up for release throughout 2019, and plan a debut album release before the end of the year.
You can find Callow Youth on Twitter now at @callow_youth.