Tuesday 22 October 2019

Girls In Synthesis - Smarting

  There's a number of bands that when I play them on the show I can confidently predict the chatroom folk will fill the room with love. Girls In Synthesis are one of them...

  They're no strangers to this blog so hopefully you're already familiar with them; formed in late 2016, hometown London, line up John Linger (Bass & Vocals), James Cubitt (Guitar) & Nicole Pinto (Drums) etc. If you want to know more go here : https://mailchi.mp/6e8cebebf405/gishub or here :   https://www.facebook.com/girlsinsynthesis/  If you check out those links make sure you also check out details of a new ltd edition 7" featuring 2 new tracks and 2 live vinyl only b sides.

  They last featured on here a year ago courtesy of a review by Stefan Ball (https://justsomepunksongs.blogspot.com/2018/11/girls-in-synthesis-fan-flames.html) and return today with a killer track from their excellent new ep. The ep's titled Arterial Movements and it's available in 7" vinyl (ltd to 500 copies which are going quick and will no doubt soon be sold out just like their Pre/Post: A Collection 2016-2018 album) and digitally. Snap it up here :   https://girlsinsynthesis.bandcamp.com/album/arterial-movements

  You've quite possibly already heard the title track so today I'm highlighting the equally impressive second track. It's written from the viewpoint of one of the "haves" as he takes pleasure in the struggles of the "have nots." It's bleak and bruising and should make you feel anger towards those in society that want to destroy hope and inflict pain. It's called Smarting...

1 comment:

  1. Brilliant single & band, managed to secure a copy of this & their sold out album this week