Stuart Pearce returns to raise the roof with “Beat Sensation,” a brand new Punk / Metal hybrid that perfectly balances energy and musical optimism with humble lyrical honesty while simultaneously connecting on a very human level.
“Beat Sensation” by Stuart Pearce is the first single from the forthcoming album – Red Sport International. The single was recorded by Phil Booth and mastered by Snug at JTSoar in Nottingham and the video was directed by Adam Clarkson. The video is a nod to German Expressionism and The Replacements. Stuart Pearce is a Nottingham-based four-piece, drawn from varied corners of the Midlands. Nature of their purpose: Composite of dialectical materialism and conventional instrumentation.
Inspired by the broad swathe of post-punk artists of prior decades, they begin their long millennial march through the institutions by delivering their caustic-bile sound, enveloped in dulcet petrichor tone.
Stuart Pearce weaves melodic moods and emotional longings through the refreshingly authentic, courageously open, aptly titled “Beat Sensation,” conceptually enticing from the start thanks to a familiar vocal tone and an endearingly relentlessly honest outpouring.
The music is dominated by the power of the songwriting, but the bright, crisp, clean nature of the production and the bright, crisp, clean nature of the production and gentle yet uplifting, energizing throughout, shines with post-punk vocals, but with a more nuanced, long-form writing style and distinctly Metal-kissed sounds. Playing, The sound is one-of-a-kind in every way, not least structurally, as many of these pieces shift from genre to genre and from riot to calm.
Stuart Pearce adds character and vulnerability that complements the flow of the song and provides a genuinely authentic, natural connection. It’s a welcome to organic, lively post-punk / Metal and innovative songwriting, a beautiful example of what we can expect from the artist in the future.