Just when we all thought the highlight of the day would be the Kanye-Wiz twitter feud (and closing napalm from Amber Rose), along comes a brand new song from British rock band My Vitriol, who were a part of the UK’s kinda-weird and unfortunately-named “nu-gaze” scene in the early 2000s.
Well, this was unexpected.
“It’s So Damn Easy” is the first bit of new music from the London band in a minute, and is part of their fans-only Secret Sessions release, a collection of new material funded by a Pledge Music campaign that raised a whopping 403 percent of its goal. “The forthcoming MV album will follow in due course,” the band writes, “but we felt this was a great way of getting what we’ve finished out to you sooner.”
We think The Secret Sessions is a totally separate thing from My Vitriol’s long-awaited sophomore album, the follow-up to 2001’s Finelines. Either way, it’s nice to have this criminally underrated band back in action.