The Dangerhounds: ‘Nobody Gets Hurt’ (single) review

Indie rockers The Dangerhounds have released their new single ‘Nobody Gets Hurt’.

This infectious indie pop track arrives hot on the heels of their previous singles ‘Revolver’ and ‘Santiago’ out last year.

If you are fans of Circa Waves and Catfish & The Bottlemen then you will definitely be into this single.

‘Nobody Gets Hurt’ one heck of a catchy tune.

While the verses feels a bit low key, the guitar driven choruses are seriously punchy and before you know it you’ll be throwing your arms around like your at the indie-disco.

Since forming in 2015, The Dangerhounds have been busy playing a series of riotous live shows and making a name for themselves on the Leeds indie rock scene.

Influenced by The Strokes, Kings of Leon and Arctic Monkeys their debut EP and 2016 singles led to radio airplay.

With celebrated local producer Ed Heaton at the controls, their new material builds on the punch and swagger of their earlier recordings and offers more examples of their high-octane, pop-punk thrills.

The Dangerhounds will be playing live dates in support of the new single, including a launch show at The Library in Leeds on March 17.