Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Homebound – Coming of Age | Official Video

South-east pop-punk quintet Homebound release the official video for single ‘Coming of Age’ from their upcoming debut E.P of the same name. Check it out!

Source: Official PR

July 21st will see Farnham pop-punk quintet Homebound unleash their debut E.P, ‘Coming of Age’. What’s that I hear you say? That’s ages away? It is indeed, but never fear, because the generous lads have just dropped an exclusive music video for their first single of the same name, which you can check out below.

Riding high on the crest of the new UK pop-punk wave and tossing their snapbacks into the proverbial ring with bands such as The Wonder Years, The Story So Far and Neck Deep, Homebound frontman Charlie Boughton hopes that the E.P will continue to offer ‘a more modern take on a genre that thrived in the 90’s’ and cement their place in the thriving UK scene.

Rounded off by guitarists Tom Mellon and Chris Wheatley, bassist Joe Durrant and drummer Sam Taylor, the band have spent a year behind the closed door of Tom’s bedroom, writing and recording obsessively until they were 100% ready to share their sound with the world. Although the E.P title, ‘Coming of Age’ may seem like an odd choice for such a young band, the boys agree that the lyrics are not without context. The tracks describe ‘that time in your life when you have to start making decisions regarding your future’, Charlie explains, going on to say that ‘just like any person my age, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do with myself…I still don’t’.

Well, if the hook-laden verses and foot-tapping chorus of ‘Coming of Age’ are anything to go by, Boughton and the rest of the band needn’t worry about deciding what they want to do when they grow up – they may just have landed squarely on their feet.

You May Also Like


Is Marshmello and an EDM God or more of a cult leader? Let's find out!


We went along to Simple Creatures' first ever UK show and weren't disappointed!


Is the treasure still to be found, or already dug up?