LOUD WOMEN is stonked to present the world premier, never-seen-before, brand spanking new, exclusive to yours truly … awesome new video for Nervous Twitch’s single ‘That Weird Guy’. The track is off their hot new album, ‘I Won’t Hide’, which we reviewed here (spoiler: we think it rocks)
LOUD WOMEN is proud as punch to host the first view of Graceland’s beautiful new video for their new single, ‘Flyway’.
The video was recorded on the last day of summer in their native Norfolk, amidst the East Anglian landscape on Overstrand beach, a spot of sand which they hold very close to their hearts.
The four sisters from the East have used their love of migrating coastal birds to create a poignant snapshot of summer; a backdrop to show the intertwining of lives and how closely people can pass by, drifting and spinning in out of one another’s paths.
The track itself is an unashamed nod to past loves that finds the calm within their post-punk buzz pop. The gold of the beach with the dramatic changing of tides of this particular area was the perfect place to reflect this.
To celebrate the release of this new single and video, Graceland are headlining The Lexington this Friday on 22nd September.
Graceland are Rosie Arnold on guitar, organ and vocals, Ellie Jones on guitar and vocals, Maxie Gedge on drums and Stevie Gedge on bass.
LOUD WOMEN are excited to bring you the exclusive first view of killer BOB‘s awesome new video for ‘Francine Putrescine’.
killer BOB are an aggro grunge band from Birmingham led by frontwoman and songwriter Nat Bite (Jazz Thrash Assassin, Erica Nockalls, Selfless) alongside Pete “Von-Doom” Shortman and Jim Griffiths. Taking influence from the likes of Babes in Toyland, Soundgarden and Pantera, they say they are “here to satisfy your unmet grunge needs with more than a hint of yoni power”. Nat says:
“I wrote Francine Putrescine about how society marginalises female sex workers and can often ignore their mental and physical health needs. I reflected on this after visiting a drop in centre for sex workers on heroin treatment programmes in Birmingham.”
Check out more from the band at www.killerbob.rocks
LOUD WOMEN are proud to present the exclusive first view of ‘Terminal 4’. Following her 2016 release Pillow Fort EP, East London-based Gaptooth (aka Hannah Lucy) returns with a new single, the first from her forthcoming second album. ‘Terminal 4’ is an emotive electro-pop track, with a more personal feel than some of her usual politically-charged output.
“The song was inspired by going back to places that have strong feelings attached to them, like the house I grew up in, or visiting cities I used to live in,” says Lucy. “It’s about the idea that as we move through the world we give meaning to the places where we make important memories – even mundane places like street corners and train stations. I liked the idea that we’re continually making a personal map of our emotional lives, and that specific places have the power to take us back in time, whether we like it or not.”
The single was self-produced by Gaptooth and mixed at Dreamtrak Studio in Hackney by Oli Horton, who has previously worked with Foals, Cymbals, Teeth and Chicks On Speed. The animated video for the track was produced by Horrorize Studios, while the B-side features a cover of The Magnetic Fields’ 1991 cult classic ‘100,000 Fireflies’.
Gaptooth will play festivals in the UK this summer, including Something Else Sista Fest in Oxfordshire on 9-11 June, the Matchwomen Fest in London on 1 July and of course LOUD WOMEN Fest in London on 2 September, with more to be announced shortly.
LOUD WOMEN are delighted to reveal the new video just dropped by Velodrome, called “Steady Girl!’.
The power behind Velodrome is Katherine Evans, who tell us: “Are you bored of photos of sullen man-bands? Seen enough pop stars gyrating on top of 4x4s? Then check out the DIY video for my song “Steady Girl”! Starring me and 2 oven gloves, and filmed on location in Tottenham”
Looking forward to seeing Velodrome live this Friday at LOUD WOMEN club at the Hope and Anchor.