Emnibis are a pop-punk/rock quartet from Surrey with influences drawn from the likes of Blink-182, All Time Low and Lower Than Atlantis. Guitarist/vocalist Casey Newman and bassist/vocalist Sam Cowlam have been playing together for eight years, and four years ago were joined by drummer Elliot Davis and guitarist/vocalist Matt Clark to form Emnibis for four years now. The band always write and produce their own tracks, but their latest single Home was produced with help from Lower Than Atlantis’ lead guitarist Ben Sansom.
Home is a fantastic single – it’s catchy from the absolute beginning and has been left in my head all day. Their influences are very prominent in the single, and has the perfect mix of both British and American pop-punk tones and is really well-written and produced, especially for a smaller band on the scene. The vocals could have more clarity, but even this criticism is not anything essential. Home is just generally a great, well-rounded song that makes a perfect, fun-loving pop-punk single. Emnibis are definitely a band to look out for, they have a massive deal of potential to do really well in the very near future and I’m really looking forward to what they will come out with next.
Emnibis are playing at The Hope and Ruin on the 27th August.