Another From Virgin Kids

Posted: February 22, 2016 in Alternative, Garage, Music, Post Punk, Punk, Rock

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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