No strangers to a riotous chorus or powerful groove, Manchester four-piece Sauce continue their determination to unite, not divide with their brand new single All Of Us and news of their biggest headline show to date at Manchester’s Soup Kitchen on 18th April.
All Of Us is the sound of a band who’ve come into their own. Now very much comfortable and established with their furiously infectious, uplifting, groove based rock, the four-piece’s sound is instantly recognisable, whether it be Dean Molyneaux’s vocals, the heavy, groove based guitar tones of Henry Lewis or the downright demanding pace of George Stead and Lewis Rushton’s rhythm; each and every track the band have released is very much their own.
Speaking on the track, Henry explains “The chorus of this song was written looking out of the window in a Wetherspoons in Darwen actually. A fella crossed the road in front of a JCB or something to get to his girlfriend and I just thought of the love against the machinery kind of thing.
The rest of it was pretty much written in a few minutes thinking about a mate I'd not seen for a while, but also generally thinking about getting out and dancing your blues away while there is a whole load of bullshit going on around you, politically, emotionally or whatever.
It's about loads of stuff all in one really but the main message is about coming together, living without too much regret and all sharing what makes us happy. Honestly I'm pretty fucking sick of the majority of guitar music being so fucking angry and miserable. We're better as one, this fractured society we're in at the moment is shite, so it's a big reaction to that too really.”
All Of Us is set for release tomorrow, Friday 13th March - get an exclusive first listen below.