Glasgow punk quartet return with another banger.

The Roly Mo are a fast-rising fourpiece from Glasgow whose talent and drive have gained them a loyal fanbase in the city’s thriving punk scene over the last 5 years, and upon listening to their new single it isn’t difficult to see why.

This week The Roly Mo are back and better than ever with an explosive new single. “I Miss The Dancing” is the band’s first new release since they unleashed their debut EP last September, and although it been a long wait you will not be disappointed.

“I Miss The Dancing” might be the quartet’s most infectious release yet. Featuring anthemic guitar riffs, frontman Joe Morton’s smooth and charismatic vocals, noisy drums and some nice bass work; the track is a punk rock banger with unbelievable energy that’s made for the dancefloor.   

We are looking forward to seeing The Roly Mo make their long-awaited return to live music later on this month when they headline King Tut’s Summer Nights on the 20th. If you miss the dancing too why not check out the single here!

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24-year-old Glasgow based music journalist. MA Multimedia Journalism and BA Film & Media graduate.