UK based indie pop rock band Mouth Culture release their latest single ‘sink’ on 10th July 2020. 
UK based indie pop rock band Mouth Culture release their latest single ‘sink’ on 10th July 2020. The band previously released single ‘say it in reverse’ in April 2020 and found it very successful climbing the band from 4,000 – 37,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. Mouth Culture are a new and exciting UK based band from Leicester. In their brief time as a band they have had support from Live Nation, BT Sport, Kerrang, Rock Sound, Radio X, Alt Press, Dead Press and many other publications. The band have already shared stages with bands such as Pulled Apart By Horses and Coast To Coast. 
On 10th July 2020 the band release their latest single ‘sink’ across all digital platforms. The band have been drip-feeding releases, waterfalling each single on DSP’s, and have accompanied the ‘sink’ release with a mobile lyric visualiser as the continue to modernise the way rock music is consumed, adopting a more pop industry model. 
Mouth Culture – sink –
Singer Jack Voss explains – “‘sink’ explores the psychological battle of losing someone at your own will, but still holding on to something that keeps you together – there’s a difference between sinking and drowning”
Guitarist/Producer Jacob Welsh says – “‘sink’ is probably our favourite track to play live, there’s always this energy to it, it’s the tipping point in our set that gets the audience moving. It’s been really hard to capture the feeling that that song has in a room, we’ve re-recorded it maybe 10 times throughout quarantine, it’s been our little obsession piece.” 
Guitarist Mason Clifford adds – “There’s some stir crazy angst coming through which wouldn’t have been there if we weren’t actively seeking it out under borderline house arrest.” 
Bassist Todd Groome says – “Me and Jacob snuck out to a nearby disused reservoir to shoot the artwork for the single, there was something ironic about releasing a song called ‘sink’ with literally a picture of a sink as the cover art”
The band embark on a busy touring schedule to promote the release with Breather in October and then 2 larger unannounced support tours for December 2020 and early 2021. 
w/ Breather
8/10 Birmingham – Subside
9/10 London – Engine Rooms
10/10 Bridgwater – Cobblestones
11/10 Brighton – The Hope And Ruin