Meet INHEAVEN, the South London four-piece with a DIY ethic who are reinventing shoegaze and grunge for the 21st century.

With a sound echoing some of the ’90s shoegaze and grunge they explored in their teens, INHEAVEN understand that semi-obsessive streak that fans experience. “Bands are so emotional,” says Little. “I used to grab hold of everything I could and just cling onto it, pour over it.”

Having released just four songs into the world, their own fans are already responding with excitement – most notably Julian Casablancas – and INHEAVEN have just finished a tour with The Big Moon and VANT.

So why should people keep an eye out for INHEAVEN in 2016? “Because the songs are great,” says guitarist Jake Lucas, simply. “There’s just a lot of good music that’s gonna be released.”  It’s basic, but it pretty much says it all.

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