Glaswegian psych-rock heavyweights share new track from forthcoming instrumental EP ‘Zero Fucks’…

Following their Fuzz Club released debut album which came out just over a year ago, Helicon are back once again with a new three-track EP titled Zero Fucks, due for release on January 11th. To announce the EP the band are sharing the first cut ‘I Hate Everyone But I Quite Like You’. Talking about the track, vocalist and guitarist John-Paul Hughes explains: “Like the title, it’s a song of two halves that completely shifts in dynamic halfway through. The way your life does when someone completely different comes into it. It’s probably about as close to a love song as we’d ever write.”

Recorded live, mixed and produced in one day at Glasgow’s Green Door Studio, the new EP is comprised of three instrumentals that strip things down to their raw fundamentals and allow the band’s expansive song-writing to take centre-stage: “We wrote the tracks on this record as we were preparing to tour ahead of Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018. We wanted some new high-energy material for our live set and these three tracks went down so well in Eindhoven that we decided to get into the studio as quickly as possible to record them and try to capture what was happening at that moment.” You can listen to ‘I Hate Everyone But I Quite Like You’ and pre-order the 10″ below.