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Bitch Falcon: Prime Number – video of the day

Dublin rock trio Bitch Falcon are fawesome – a captivating, raw vocal (Lizzie Fitzpatrick) over melodic, purple guitar soundscape. Lush.

Of new release ‘Prime Number’, Lizzie Fitzpatrick says:

It’s basically an apology song, for people close to me for being too self-obsessed and narcissistic to the point of pushing them away. It’s a nod to myself trying too hard to be cool and I’m probably better off just being plain ole me.”

With a voice like that, we’d forgive you anything Lizzie!

Prime Numbers is out now on Reckless Records.

Check out their socials:
Twitter.com/BitchFalcon
Facebook.com/B.tchFalcon
Soundcloud.com/Bitch-Falcon

and catch them, like, NOW, on their UK tour – dates in pic:

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video: Bitch Falcon drop ‘Of Heart’

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Irish grunge trio Bitch Falcon have a stunning new single out today, Of Heart’, with a dreamy video. Singer Lizzie Fitzpatrick drawls gorgeously snarly vocals over languid, fuzzy soundscape. It’s top drawer cinematic pop rock – Death in Vegas with a touch of the  Cranberries.

Find Bitch Falcon on SOUNDCLOUD / Twitter.com/BitchFalcon / Facebook.com/B.tchFalcon / Soundcloud.com/Bitch-Falcon

 

 

Female Fronted, Drawn Together

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Julie Hawk, front woman of Hawk, has created a beautiful multimedia project called ‘Female Fronted, Drawn Together’. This is very much LOUD WOMEN’s cup of tea! A playlist of inspirational female musicians, past and present, with an illustration to accompany each song. Julie has kindly written a piece exclusively for LOUD WOMEN explaining her work on the project.

 

I don’t know where I’d be without the musical women who have influenced me. I started Female Fronted, Drawn Together as a project that combines music and illustration in a way that celebrates this; that allows me to share their music and give a little back to say thank you.

There wasn’t really a plan at first in terms of what I would base each drawing on. But I think that’s led to a really organic and personal process of pin-pointing where my feelings lie, because each artist has affected my life in a totally different way. Some of these women I admire for their message or for their musical creativity. Some of them have given me unforgettable live experiences. And some of them I associate with significant memories, whether happy or sad – the right place at the right time.

I don’t think believe that anyone hears the same piece of music in the same way. Each connection that an artist makes with a listener is unique and complex. On top of this, female fronted music is so often lumped together as a single genre in a way that doesn’t acknowledge the diverse voices and talent and ideas that each woman brings to the table. I feel like in many ways, girls grow up to feel competitive to one another, but there’s been an amazing and positive backlash against this in music lately. I’m seeing so many girlbands looking out for each other and starting up amazing collectives together. I wanted Female Fronted Drawn Together to be a little contribution to this movement, and a space through which I could thank each of these women and just share a little love.

Find Julie on Instagram 

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