Grrrrl. Â Girls Names and September Girls have partitioned their ranks to assemble a new tough-as-nails 4-piece of femme fatales (and a bruiser named Neil).Â They’ve teamed up with their go-to label Tough Love Records to release their first musical onslaughtÂ on wax.
First single Safe Corridor writhes and kicks along a fierce bass line and skids on a crunchy leather-clad guitar lick, bringing the insta-classic debutÂ from Dum Dum Girls to mind as well as the early period of post-punk Britain.
Tough Love Records’ product is consistently great and tend to sell out quick despite the high international shipping costs. Â My advice? Â Make a friend in England, ship it to his house, book a vacation to his neck of the woods, and listen to it together over a cup of English tea and some biscuits. Â Or you could just shell out the extra bucks. Â Your call.
On 14th August, Tough Love will release the debut EP by Dublin/Belfast four-piece, Cruising (feat. members of Girls Names and September Girls). Pressed on 12" vinyl, the first 100 copies are on hot pink vinyl. Pre-order here.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive