Indoor Pets (formerly known as Get Inuit), was formed straight after leaving school in Sittingbourne, Kent. It wasn’t long before their effortless songs were attracting attention, with one of them making Record Of The Week on BBC Introducing and within two weeks Huw Stephens had picked up on the track.

For the next few years Indoor Pets wrote and gigged incessantly, building up a batch of killer tunes and a devoted fanbase across the country. They did, and still do, everything themselves. From making the artwork to organising their own tours on the road, producing music, building their own stage monitoring system and even running their own finances (Simpson: “if anyone wants to spend any money they have to ask me,”). It’s a fiercely DIY ethic born less from punk principle as it was from necessity. “It was either do it yourself or don’t have it done,” notes Glass, “and we decided to do it ourselves.”

Indoor Pets Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the official music video for ‘Being Strange’ below:

Gender Roles are a Indie-Punk 3 piece from Brighton playing hazy ear sounds for your mates.

Gender Roles Links: BandCamp | Facebook | Spotify








Watch the official music video for ‘About Her’ below: