The UK’s own Penny Betts offers up a uniquely smooth blend of indie-pop and sixties-style songwriting with their latest and self-titled EP.
A four-piece who know precisely who they are and how they want to sound, Penny Betts are inspired by bands stretching as far back as Cream and Pink Floyd as much as modern influences like The Arctic Monkeys and Tame Impala. Their heartfelt songwriting and hypnotic melodies pour through amidst reverb-soaked indie-rock soundscapes, creating something that’s perfectly calming or decidedly energizing – depending on what you need from it; and how loud you let it play.
Beach-side vibes meet with classic UK tones and an anthem-like approach to songwriting. The band have honed their style and sound over time, with lead singer Matt Felix and guitarist Al Finch first jamming together way back during their school years. Over time, bassist Lufta and drummer Jocelyn completed the arrangement and kicked off a whole new chapter for the band. Rock and roll have returned, the genre and the original flair of the 60s and 70s are alive and well. With a touch of originality and a willingness to storm through language barriers – thanks to Matt Felix’ French native tongue – Penny Betts are well on their way to carving out a path of their own.
Passion and musical precision meet under the blanket of sweeping guitars and experimental waves of audio warmth. Penny Betts aims to get you dancing, connecting, and embracing the live music scene as the rightful escapism it was always meant to be. A band is well worth looking out for over the coming months and years.