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INHEAVEN - Treats

No past, no present but just the future in focus, and INHEAVEN are ready to claim it.
INHEAVEN - Treats
Published: 9:11 pm, November 04, 2016
No past, no present but just the future in focus, and INHEAVEN are ready to claim it.



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If there’s any band who are set for what 2017 has to throw at them, then it’s certainly INHEAVEN. They’ve been darting through eras like a wired-up Time Lord for long enough to cope with anything now. Now, INHEAVEN are building their own empire - one that's kicked its way into a different realm with ‘Treats’.

Spitting with purpose from the get-go, ‘Treats’ is an intense ride through both the past and the future, discarding the present as unable to withstand what’s packed into this four-minute rattler. Bringing to mind euphoric masses diving in unison through the mud, ‘Treats’ doesn’t hold back from what it really wants to be - the anthem that’s screamed back at a band aiming for the main stages of every festival going. Lead by the potent grunge-pop bang of Chloe Little’s kicking vocals, it’s an elbow to the jaw that pushes aside anyone thinking INHEAVEN aren’t ready for the limelight.

They’ve drenched layers of colour over everything they do, but with ‘Treats’ INHEAVEN are turning the world into their very own canvas. Above all else, It’s the work of art that puts them firmly on the map. No past, no present but just the future in focus, and INHEAVEN are ready to claim it. Jamie Muir


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