Listen: San Fermin Dropped Infectious New Song “No Devil”

Brooklyn-based avant-pop outfit release latest single

When we produced our NXNE Sessions this past summer, some incredible bands took the stage, but there was one band that had people really chatting – San Fermin.

San Fermin is a band that will be increasingly hard to miss in the future. Major festival gigs, and opening slot for Alt-J and getting profiled on Jimmy Fallon’s blog are sure-fire indictors that this band is one to keep an eye on.

San Fermin is a band that will be increasingly hard to miss in the future. Major festival gigs, an opening slot for Alt-J and getting profiled on Jimmy Fallon’s blog are sure-fire indictors that this band is one to keep an eye on.

They dropped their latest single “No Devil” earlier this week. It’s an infectious track rich with textures, suggesting multiple genres but defying any single classification. Lead-singer Allen Tate’s croon is reminiscent of Matt Berninger, though slightly less somber. Horns, strings, heavy hitting drums and layered synths are an ear-full of goodness. Listen to the track below and check out our NXNE Session underneath.

“No Devil” by San Fermin

San Fermin “Jackrabbit” & “Emily”