It’s rewarding to see a new London group eschew the bullshit and eyeshadow of the standard issue guitar-pop for something with wider and deeper vistas than an anodyne spot on an NME showcase stage.
Phobophobes wield a dark psych-indie sensibility backed by a tight rhythm section, and have been building a steady fan base through a combination of video releases and solid live performance.
25th April 2016, The Garage Islington: The Fall, Phobophobes, Shame
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle