UK rock band Mellor have released their latest single, ‘Gargoyle Groove’.
The track is the first to be shared from their forthcoming album, Problematic Passions, which is set to be released on the 11th of November via Triple B Records. Notably, their previous EP, Dive into the Strange, reached #2 on the iTunes rock album chart and #3 on the Amazon Music rock album chart. The band has already earned over 3 million streams across platforms with publication support from Louder Than War, The Hype Magazine as well as radio coverage from BBC Radio 1’s Abbie McCarthy and BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson amongst others.
Speaking about the track, Mellor say: “We’ve been playing and developing this song even since before Covid. It was one of the tracks that certainly set the tone for the album. It’s about a psychiatrist who gets a kick out of making people think they’re more ill or insane than they really are. Which is about as dark and manipulative it gets. The thing we love most about this track is the whole verse is just pedalling one chord, but the variants and melody around it meant Gary didn’t have to do anything else, it sounded great.”
Check out ‘Gargoyle Grove’ below.