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Spyres light a welcoming fuse on the fizzing ‘I Don’t Care’

The Scottish newcomers make a bang with their second release of the year
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Published: 5:33 pm, November 20, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Spyres light a welcoming fuse on the fizzing ‘I Don’t Care’

Now here’s a gang to keep an eye on - Scottish newcomers Spyres have sparked things to 11 with new number ‘I Don’t Care’

Following on from the release of ‘Fake ID’ earlier in the year, ‘I Don’t Care’ is a proper indie-pop-bop and a razor sharp introduction to a band ready to cause quite the stir indeed.

Speaking about the track and recording process, vocalist/guitarist Keira McGuire explains that “It feels like a pure coming of age song, like it could be in a movie! We had to adjust to a new studio since Lo-Fi (previous studio) closed due to COVID, and we couldn’t do things the way we usually do but we worked around it. I remember when we went to write it, we were trying to think like ‘what should we write about?’, It was pure weird because Me and Emily haven’t written a song like this before but it came together. We even made some of the lyrics up five minutes before getting into the studio”

Fellow vocalist/guitarist Emily Downie adds: “When a few of the restrictions were lifted, we went straight into the studio and started writing something new, trying to do something different and ‘I Don’t Care’ is the sum of that”.

With a string of festival dates already confirmed for 2021 (here’s hoping), get ready to see a lot more of Spyres very soon. Until then, get bang into the fun with ‘I Don’t Care’ below:

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