Misfires are a serious contender for indie anthem of the year with “Come on Over”

Misfires are a band that seem to be just about ready to explode – they’re bursting at the seam and new single “Come on Over” has opened up new avenues even the band probably didn’t think were possible.

The track is an energetic, bouncy one that builds in a typically indie fashion similar to that of Catfish or Peace. With sublime guitar hooks and a catchy chorus to match, Misfires have created the perfect summer track to breath a ray of light on these cold winter nights.

The track makes you want to get up and dance despite lead man Matt says suggesting:“It is about a girl who never saw me for who I really was, but I loved her anyway”. The vocals and lyrics throughout are infectious and the boys from Swindon should be proud of what they’ve created.

If you’ve missed them supporting The Sherlock’s recently they’re playing their own show on the 9th March Live in Swindon – The Victoria. Tickets available here: Get yourself down for a great night for sure.

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