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Music / February 26, 2021

Tebi Rex open a new chapter with ‘Oh It Hurts’

Music / February 26, 2021

Tebi Rex open a new chapter with ‘Oh It Hurts’

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Kildare duo are back with a fresh new sound.

Tebi Rex have released the first single from their forthcoming follow up to The Young Will Eat The Old.

Oh It Hurts’ sees the pair take a left turn of sorts, indulging in deeper guitar rifts whilst they air backstabbers.

Working with fellow Irish artists Local Boy and Silent Ghost, they padded out their ever-evolving world with live instrumentation.

In 2020, Matt Ó and Max Zanga shared, ‘White Boy Of The Month’ and ‘I Got My Whole’ and performed live online shows for Ireland Music Week and AWAL’s collaboration with Liverpool Sound City.

Meanwhile, ‘I Never Got Off The Bus’ landed on the soundtrack for Normal People.

Listen to ‘Oh It Hurts’ below:

Elsewhere, we spoke to Celeste about shrugging off outdated notions of love.