Don't let looks deceive you, for a 2 piece band Vulpynes make a LOT of noise. Expect relentless low end riffs, snarling vocals and a visceral rhythm section. Inspired by punk rock, Vulpynes are brimming with unique gritty energy. Together less than a year they have been tearing up venues across the UK & Ireland with their signature hooks and electricity.
Hailed for their stirring and motor driven live performances, Vulpynes have shared a stage with acts that stretch across many different genres such as Fangclub, Mutefish and The Moonlandingz.
Both releases 'Terry Said' and 'OCD' have received critical acclaim and consistent plays from Irish & UK radio stations. With new releases in the pipeline and a busy gigging schedule, Vulpynes aren't stopping anytime soon...
'This duo take no prisoners as Kaz’s drumming ruthlessly pummels through each track while Maeve’s strong fierce vocals resounds over the ruckus like a powerhouse' - IndieBuddie.com live review
'Vulpynes are like what Mudhoney would sound like if there were only two of them, and they took even less shit' - Overblown.co.uk
'Dublin grrrl punk duo Vulpynes are not your everyday kind of band. With their sound referencing everything from the Stooges to Pretty On The Inside era Hole, they pack a punch and plenty of attitude.'
(5 Star review - Grrrls With Guitars magazine, UK)
'I’m sure we’ve all learnt by now not to doubt the power of a two piece, I still find myself stunned by the sheer amount of noise they can make. Though they’ve only been together for a short time, ‘OCD’ is the sound of a band who have it down, and as 2016 proved, with relentless gigging, radio plays and general acknowledgment, they definitely do' - Gigslutz.co.uk (Tracks of the Week)
Maeve Molly - Vocals and guitar
Kaz - Drums
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|29 Apr 2017||21:00||Sin E, 14 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin 1||Sin E with Stitch Jones|
|3 Jun 2017||00:00||Beaulieu House and Gardens, Droheda, Co. Louth||Vantastival Festival|