Formed in 2017, four schoolmates became The Gallery.
They dipped into their collections of genre defining albums by Joy Division, Nirvana, Jeff Buckley and David Bowie to formulate a musical vocabulary with which to express their discontent with the music, politics and social issues of our times. Their manifesto is driven by their love for inventive guitar, distorted bass hooks and the injection of energetic social commentary.
You can check out their latest release below. Pesticide get straight to the point with snarling, anti-authoritarian lyrics and a vicious, brash chorus, happily conflicted by its spaced out, reverb licked verse. All in all it takes some heavy, post-punk nihilism and sticks an entirely new form of indie-fuzz directly into its veins.