An indie rock band of teenagers from Romsey are releasing their first song.

The Millennials are realising their first song 'Fly to the Moon' on Sunday, August 18.

The band consists of four 15-year-olds; lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Oli Mongan, drummer Joe Light, bass player Ed Branagan, and lead guitarist Jack Sharp.

All of the boys go to The Romsey School and want to spread positivity from their new single.

Frontman, Oli Mongan, said: "All you need to do is look at the current charts to realise why we are making music, it is shocking in terms of homegrown talent.

"They are all manufactured artists, we are here to change that."

The band were inspired by bands such as The Clash, Pink Floyd, Muse, Arctic Monkeys and Oasis.

Jack Sharp is from Southampton, whereas the other three currently live in Romsey.

Oli added: "We believe our music is very original by enjoyable for everyone.

"This tune is about how in life you can choose to go for your wildest goals like ‘fly to the moon’ or sit back, take it easy and ‘eat sugar off a spoon’ - as the lyrics say."

"We have spent a lot of time working on this track and hope everyone will enjoy listening to it as much as we have making it."

The song will be available on iTunes and Spotify from Sunday, August 18.

You can get in contact and keep up to date with the group via Instagram at Millennials_band.