In the pensioner smog of Broadstairs, Kent, Ed Wetenhall found himself in his new university halls, alone and band-less. Two weeks on and what he thought was just a passing idea amongst excitable new friends Joe Jeffcoate and Joe Nash became a sleepy seaside town’s worst nightmare. Through honing their brand of angst pop and relentlessly touring in spite of their studies, Fish Tank have made a name for themselves on the British underground scene through their notoriously chaotic live show and having shared the stage with Alt-J, Tall Ships, Marmozets and Slaves amongst countless others. The sound they create on record is as catching as their performances are infamous. Debut EP ‘Henry’ quickly garnered a lot attention on the Kent music scene. Its praise gained the band a place at BBC Kent Introducing's 4th birthday in Canterbury and even led to a slot on the stages at Reading and Leeds. Their new single ‘Friends’ is a supremely catchy disarray of pop melodies and aggressive instrumentation. With plans to release a brand new EP in 2015, Fish Tank are set to play more packed out shows, festivals and grow their already dedicated fan base.