SERVERS to release Claustrophobia EP in September

SERVERS band shot

UK rock band SERVERS are to release a new EP next month.

Claustrophobia is slated to come out on the 15th of September via Undergroove Records, and will feature the song “Claustrophobia”, lifted from the band’s debut album, Leave With Us.

In addition, it will feature the band’s cover of Madness’ song “Lovestruck”, recorded in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The full tracklist for the EP is as follows:

1. Claustrophobia
2. Bodies in the Ground
3. Lovestruck – (Madness Tribute Cover) in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust
4. Universes and Supernovas (The Ride) – Remix by Gez Walton (ex Ghost of a Thousand, current Earthtone9) & Mark Flannery.

Meanwhile, following a successful run of gigs in Scotland, SERVERS will play in support of LA metal band My Ruin on the 21st of August at their show at The Fleece, Bristol. My Ruin are about to embark on their UK-wide The Sacred Mood Tour, their final set of UK shows.

You can watch SERVERS’ official video for their track “Claustrophobia” below, and read Skin Back Alley’s 5/5 review of the band’s debut album, Leave With Us, here.

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