Young Aviators are, John Markey, Decky McKay and Kyle Haughey, three guys from Ireland who have decamped to Glasgow. Their music is a grungy indie rock with vocal harmony. It seems to me that they understand the importance of energy, noise and a good hook in composing an engaging song. Their three-track EP Hollywood Won't Feed the Kids was released on November 12 by Electric Honey Records. The release includes the title track, "Hunting for Heaven" and "The Question Is". The title track strikes me as a garage pop song. "Hunting for Heaven" is high energy grunge, while "The Question Is" will satisfy your pop urges.
In addition, Young Aviators track "Forward Thinking" appears on a compilation released by Electric Honey to celebrate its 20th anniversary. For those who do not know, Electric Honey Records is the label run by students in the music business course at Stow College in Glasgow. Electric Honey has released early albums by a number of noteworthy Scottish artists, including Belle & Sebastian, Snow Patrol, Teenage Fanclub, The Pastels, The Delgados and Wake the President.
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