The latest outing for Glasgow punk band The Riot Vans well and truly brings the noise. Packed out with big guitars and thrashing drums ‘Scary Faces’ comes complete with a throw you to the floor energy.
Glasgow punk four piece The Riot Vans drop their latest single via Disobedient Records, a chaos fulled two and a half minutes of punk rock. Starting with an intro that wouldn’t be out of place at the back end of a QOTSA track before that audacious guitar riff comes in, chased by the drums and then let the anarchy commence. Speaking about the track The Riot Vans call ‘Scary Face‘ ” effectively an amalgamation of things we thought sounded cool.” and it’s not hard to believe, theirs a whole bunch going on and all of it good. With headphones on and volume up to 11, Scary Faces is a glorious immersive experience in organised chaos.
Starting in 2017 The Riot Vans have been serving up their supreme brand of indie-punk ever since with this being their fifth single and their first since joining the already impressive ranks at Disobedient. You can check out ‘Scary Faces’ below:
Words by Jake McGloin