This band is extremely aptly named: since forming in 2019, inspired by a key moment during a Savages concert, the Dublin quartet have set an impressive pace, rarely pausing to take a breath. They have released numerous singles as well as the two EPs “Manifesto” and “A Modern Job” in rapid succession. Her debut album is called “Letter To Self”.
According to singer, guitarist and main songwriter Karla Chubb, it will be an extremely personal and autobiographical album that combines stylistic influences from 80s gothic, 90s noise rock and current loud rock. After all, Ireland's recent contributions to the genre have the potential to breathe new life into punk.
"The record relives our most vulnerable moments in the guise of garage punk. We want to transform feelings that are often viewed as negative - such as fear, anger and rage - into something positive. Our own experiences are the fuel that we use through a positive outlet "It's cleansing, honest and raw."
What should be added is that it is also bold, confident, profound and very loud. "Letter To Self" represents the evolution of Karla Chubb and her bandmates, guitarist Colm O'Reilly, bassist Sam McCann and drummer Jack Callan, over the past three years. Showcasing their most vulnerable moments, they give their fluid punk a palpable sense of catharsis that everyone can benefit from. By transforming pain into truth, passion into determination and persistence into strength, the members of the Dublin quartet have continued to grow and have established an already legendary reputation as a live band.
In February they will come to Berlin for a show with their new material.