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The Covasettes – Be Mine review // Generation Indie

The Covasettes

Manchester Muses The Covasettes release new single

Manchester’s finest new exports The Covasettes dropped their new single Be Mine today ahead of their headline tour. Firm favourites on any indie music fan’s playlists, the four-piece have racked up an impressive 1 million streams on Spotify alone, with songs such as ‘Top Drawer’ being added to ‘The Indie List’ and ‘Summer Indie’ playlists.

They’ve previously supported the likes of Deco and The Hara as well as playing their own headline gigs so they’re no strangers to putting on a show. It seems the band had a clear idea of the next single.

“Every time we play Be Mine at gigs, it gets such a lively reaction and creates a real buzz in the room, so when it came to deciding our next single, Be Mine was the clear favourite”.

The Covasettes

The song itself has the distinct sound of Chris Buxton on vocals making it instantly recognisable. The roaring guitar, electrifying bass and powerful drums send vibrations charging through your body creating a perfectly crafted tune to dance, sing and go wild to.

The Covasettes remind me of Circa Waves and The Amazons expertly mixed with Royal Blood. The anthemic choruses destined to be screamed back at them and catchy tunes that are sure to get any festival crowd fired up. By the time you’ve listened to Be Mine you’ll most definitely be going along for the ride if you’re not already on board.

Be Mine is pure rock and roll revival and The Covasettes are spectacular.

Follow The Covasettes:

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Website

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On tour:

Wednesday 3rd February – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

Thursday 4th February – Heartbreakers, Southampton 

Saturday 6th February – Camden Assembly, London 

Thursday 11th February – Oporto, Leeds

Friday 12th February – Deaf Institute, Manchester 

Saturday 13th February – Think Tank Underground, Newcastle

Sunday 14th February – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh

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