NEWS: Brighton based 3-piece Sick Joy release ‘Heaven’ via Killing Moon
Newcastle born and now Brighton based trio Sick Joy return with raspy and impactful new single ‘Heaven’, released today via Killing Moon. ‘Heaven’ features static grunge in the verse and feels like a ticking time bomb at the eruptive chorus. Be sure to stick around for vocalist Mykl’s isolated gripping vocals towards the end to get a feeling of Sick Joy’s unwavering vitality.
Sick Joy kicked off 2018 by headlining and selling out Camden Assembly as part of their ‘Spotlight Showcase’ events, and later on in the year supported the likes of Feeder, Tigercub, Honeyblood, Hell Is For Heroes as well as playing at Camden Rocks and 2000 Trees Festivals.
Sick Joy were very recently included in the announcement of the first 50 acts revealed to perform at The Great Escape in 2019. The band performed at TGE’s ‘First Fifty’ event back in November.
Sick Joy are set to support Demob Happy on their full UK tour this Spring, the trio will also be performing at Abbie McCarthey’s (BBC Radio 1/BBC Introducing) Good Karma Club tomorrow evening at Sebright Arms (free tickets available via dice.fm).