Hailing from Spain, Brazil and London, GHUM bring together a mesmerizing, diverse mix of grunge and post-punk. Their flowing, organic sound forms the creative spark "The Coldest Fire" - recorded with producer Adam Jaffrey (Palace, Crows, Night Flowers). Crowned a ‘One to Watch’ by The Observer, GHUM's "intensity provides catharsis” and Metro has praised their “darkly dramatic” sound. The band have received extensive radio play across BBC Radio 6 Music, including a visceral live session for BBC Introducing and a much-coveted C-List playlist add on the station. Their headline shows in London cause The Line Of Best Fit to describe discovering “a band on the rise" and "a live force to be reckoned” with.Source [Spotify]
The title track, sitting in the middle of the album powered along by fantastically skittish drums, manages to evoke the kind of nervous tension that the very best bands of the post-punk era accomplished – the ability to be both fist-clenchingly claustrophobic and soaringly huge and expansive.