Belfast, County Antrim
Belfast based post-punk/noise rock 4-piece formed in late 2019. Socially political vocals and a bed of reverb-soaked buzz-saw guitar layered on top of a driving rhythm that draws inspiration as much from left-field electronica as it does from post-punk heroes of the late 70s / early 80s. We have already crafted a unique sound that has drawn widespread acclaim from key industry figures and music fans, both north and south of the border such as Aiken Promotions.
With only our first gig under our belt, we were asked directedly by Just Mustard to support them for what was only our second gig. We have recorded with Chris Ryan (Robocobra Quartet) who also recorded Just Mustard’s NME acclaimed album ‘Wednesday’. Debut single Through Men’s Eyes tackles the Ulster Rugby Rape trial of March 2018 has been described by locals as a blend of Girl Band and IDLES. Another recorded single is to follow after. Releases will coincide with the ease of lockdown to ensure a launch gig.
EDIT: Debut single is now The Birth of a Nation, inspired by the current protests in America and how it has affected the world and Belfast. This was not our original plan but we couldn't stay silent.