Sub Pacific hail from the South Coast- reinventing the wheel on mainstream rock and roll. The band dance and flirt around sub-genres delivering their sound with a level of potency that demands attention. Their songs are both personal and universal- drawing light on mental health issues and self-imprisonment. Debut single ‘Can You’ captures the anguish and torment of our darkest moments- wrapped in the noise and guts of a band that is strikingly dynamic. The record gallops through grunge soundscapes whilst remaining thematically delicate; the cumulative effect is both cathartic and stimulating. The success of ‘Can You’ brought them to the prestigious main stage of the Isle of Wight Festival 2109 joining the likes of Madness, Tom Walker and Biffy Clyro- after a successful tour, playing venues such as The Roadtrip & Workshop, Camden Assembly and The Joiners. Sub Pacific know that it is all in the details and they stretch beyond confined genres and execute their sound with a fluidity that reaches to the forefront of both rock and pop. Their sound is perfectly curated to stir movement both physically and emotionally; their songs uncoil around modern-day issues whilst still retaining a loose and primal sound. This is an important, convincing band.