Decline were never a band that wanted to swim in the shallow end with blow up arm bands and some people may call it stupid but without a song to their name or a name for the band, Decline took on the challenge of accepting a local gig in Cambridge. But against all odds they managed in just two weeks to create a whole set list, including 4 of their own songs and a few covers. That was just over a year ago now and with a whole new set list and a new sound, Decline seem to be set in their ways to make an impact on the music scene. Decline formed as a band purely from chance as part of a college project, but within a few seconds of being together they found a love for the music they played and the music scene they played in. Their sound is based on their mutual love for punk and they have many influences, including Blink 182, Finch and Box Car Racer, just to name a hand full. Over the year of playing together, Decline have conquered Gibraltar on a small tour, played across the UK from Cambridge all the way past Somerset and into the darkest, deepest corner of Wales. While along the way they have played with bands like My Awesome Compilation and The Mono Effect. In doing so, Decline have picked up comments such as ‘Blink 182 + Finch = Decline: High on rhythmic time changes and catchy hooks’ and ‘Lively music, lively people’. Now with a recently completed demo, recorded and mixed by friends The Mono Effect, Decline seem ready to take what their mothers gave them and flash to the world their unique twist of punk they are becoming known for. So look out for them.
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