Their bio starts like this: “Hallan are a Portsmouth-based four-piece who write and rehearse in an 18th-century fortification built into the side of a hill and surrounded by a forest. It’s within these dramatic surroundings that frontman, Conor Clements channels the frustrations, insecurities, and events of early adulthood into his lyrics. Which are littered with observational poetry and messages of reassurance that you’re not alone in this overwhelming world.”
Me? I hear smatterings of mid-80s New Order crossed with Interpol. Not a bad combo.
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