The Orders are a three piece from the Isle of Wight consisting of Kyle Chapman (Vox, Guitarist, songwriter), Isaac Snow (Bass), and Connah Newton (drums).
Having recently played the This Feeling stage at the IOW festival, they have returned with a brand new single ‘Moloko Tea Party’. It has taken all the best psyche elements of latter day Small Faces and Weller circa ‘Sonik Kicks’ and given it the dramatic immediacy of The Walkmen.
*Image courtesy of Olivia O'Callaghan
Let’s check out some previous tracks too:
Much like Kent’s Theatre Royal, The Orders have reimagined the work of Go Betweens and The LA’s for the present day. They have the added hazy pysche of Temples too. Teeming with youthfulness and psychedelic energy, they look set to inspire a generation of mop top kids.
Brian Jonestown Massacre are given the injection of The LA’s effortless acoustic pop flow. Kyle Chapman’s vocal has a gloriously androgynous appeal, allowing him to inject aggression or a cuteness at will.
They draw upon the beauty of the c86 movement and Sarah Records but, like Oasis, The Real People or The LA’s, have a spiky mindset indebted to the power of punk rock.
The juxtaposition of beauty and danger coming together is what British bands do best, The Orders might just be the next one to leave a big mark on the world.
Friday 2nd August marks our 8th birthday. Come down to the New Cross Inn for a night of great live music. Tickets available here: