LONDON four-piece, JUDAS exist somewhere between Kings of Leon and The Hunna, already sounding stadium-sized despite having only released one EP to date. With an impressive resume that includes multiple gigs across venues in the capital such as The Good Ship and a support slot for Pure Youth at The Barfly in Camden; Judas' future is looking ridiculously bright. 

Latest track, 'Sister' is a four-minute masterpiece complete with surging guitars, an anthemic blown-out chorus and a raw and ambitious energy tucked away at the heart of the track. 'Youth of the Young Age' is a growing, euphoric tune swollen with energised beats that greets listeners with a no frills approach. 

Even on downbeat moments such as that of 'Love Is the Enemy' there's a seductive quality that lurks beneath the surface. It has the beginnings of a brilliant ballad, which turns out to be a full-blown epic. If you're looking to be dazzled, you've come to the right place. 

JUDAS produce resonating anthems with opulent instrumentation and inflected with sleek hooks that will evoke serious envy amongst their peers. This is a band who are destined to be big. Expect them to blow the industry wide open. 

JUDAS will be playing at The Barfly in Camden on January 29th with Bare Traps supporting. Tickets can be bought here

Words Lauren Wade

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