Jools are one of the hottest bands to come out of Leicester since Kasabian - but you don't have to take just my word for it. Idles frontman Jo Talbot is a big fan - that should tell you all you need to know.
If you've listened to their tracks Spineless and Hysterical Starving Naked, then you'll already know that you're in for something that is going to blow your fucking socks off with their third release Almost Famous.
Already a fan favourite the guys play this track at the end of every live set. This track hits the airwaves on Friday and having had the opportunity to listen to this for a few weeks believe me you are in for a treat!
The track starts off with an incredibly haunting riff, which lays the base to this devastatingly brilliant three and half minutes of post-punk apocalyptical destruction. The last minute of the song builds to a crescendo that is quite frankly exceptional.
Speaking about the track prior to its release Jools frontman Mitch Gordon said, "Almost Famous celebrates the existence of powerful women. The narrative is personal, suggesting that I would give the world to the woman that changed mine forever. The concept is far wider, with the title highlighting the ever-growing recognition for women within our society - our mothers, daughters, sisters, lovers. The song was inspired by historical women's rights movements, such as 'The Equal Rights' and 'Women's Lives' marches. The future us female, and I look forward to it"
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This is a 10/10 from me - This band is going to be around for a very long time - trust me.
To give you a taste of what you're in store for here's the video for their last single Spinless.
This week I'm also hosting a series of interviews over on my Instagram as part of Mental Health Awareness Week - If you come and join me at 12 noon on Sunday you may recognise my special guest!