Coming directly off an array of tours and an Glastonbury show, British rock band Declan Welsh & The Decadent West have given fans a long awaited new taste of what’s to come off their forthcoming debut album, ’Cheaply Bought, Expensively Sold’, with the release of their new single ‘No Fun‘.
Taken directly of the afformentioned 12-track debut release from the four-piece, Declan Welsh’s No Fun takes the listener on a journey of exploration as they explore the story of the type of people with “inflated self importance” at parties and who “corner you to tell you about how they went on holiday and seen “the real Thailand”.”
“It’s about folk with no self awareness,” Declan adds.
“It’s about people who think they are the kings of all banter because they put on a funny hat at 3am.”
Declan also explains how the single is “about people who say the word sesh with no hint of irony” and “about people who say the word sesh ironically,” and it is also “about people who say the word sesh.’”
‘No Fun’ is a big two minute and 53 second song full of fast beats, lyrical wit for days and heavy rock essentials that will no doubt have you bopping your head along to as soon as the chorus of “You’re no fun at a party!” kicks in.