TUNE Big Spring - Cold Foot
‘Seismic riffs and a tearaway attitude’ – Clash Magazine
"Their tracks are designed shake venues and circle around a riffs big enough to level entire neighbourhoods" – Rocksound
'There's sludgy, disease-infested noise and then there's Big Spring. The groups most all encompassing, life-affirming moment to date' – DIY
Dubbed ‘the best new band in Britain’ by Radio 1’s Daniel P Carter and with 'riffs that could level entire neighbourhoods' according to Rocksound, it's fair to say Big Spring are on a roll.
The UK rockers, who have also been championed by Corey Taylor, have just unleashed their thundering new single 'Cold Foot', a track which was showcased on their recent tour with Decade. A throwback to the raucous energy of early 90's grunge rock, it combines front man Ollie Loring's wall-shaking vocals, monstrous riffs and a positively enormous chorus.
The group had a busy late summer in 2016, performing at Reading and Leeds Festivals (only their fifth ever gig), as well as supporting Black Foxxes on their huge UK tour.
Debut effort ‘Buzzards Leave The Bones’ caught the attention of Daniel P Carter, who made it his ‘Rockest Record’, which led to plays from Annie Mac and Clara Amfo. Their follow-up track ‘On A Bamboo Sleeping Mat’ gained more than 100,000 streams as well as features from Clash, Upset & Punktastic. Subsequent single '5th Of July' was highlighted by DIY, Radio 1's Huw Stephens, Kerrang Radio & Amazing Radio and was also selected for Spotify's 'Rocked' and 'New Noise' playlists.
The music is there, the ambition is there, it's time for Big Spring to become the next massive British rock act.