Another From Virgin Kids

Posted: February 22, 2016 in Alternative, Garage, Music, Post Punk, Punk, Rock
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London’s Virgin Kids were fully formed in late 2014, playing frenetically energised rock‘n’roll that draws from sources such as post-punk and the ’70s West Coast.

Following on from their self-titled EP, the garage-punk three-piece are now gearing up to release their debut LP Greasewheel on Burger Records/Fluffer Records on the 26th March.

Listen to frenetic opener Bruised Knees, which sets out the record’s punch-drunk mix of Gun Club swagger and the Descendents’ more jovial insurrection with its tightly strummed scuzzy guitar riff pitched somewhere between punk and surf-rock, and a bear-hug of a chorus that sounds as if it is being bellowed with beery gusto down a scrappy tube of cardboard by frontman Asher Preston.

You can also check out our earlier post of Cracks In A Colour from the album here.

 

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