As sign-posted earlier in the year the Norwegian indie-rock quartet Sløtface release the LP Try Not To Freak Out on the 15th.
Surfacing just in advance of the album, the last of the eleven tracks Backyard has been revealed. A grungy guitar leads the way to accompany the ever energetic vocal leaving the listener delightedly sploshing around in muddy puddles.
The Norwegian indie-rock quartet Sløtface release the LP Try Not To Freak Out on the 15th of September.
Sløtface – Try Not To Freak Out – artwork
Wrapping around the acerbic vocal, that rails against patriarchy, on the eighth of the eleven tracks on the album, Nancy Drew is a blistering bass led song that rattles through the room in fiery drum-kit and finger bleeding guitar that has the listener captivated from the off.
The Norwegian sardonic-rock quartet Sløtface revealed their latest track Empire Records a few hours ago.
The sarcastic vocalisation of ‘approved betterment’ can’t help but raise a smile as the slippery guitars coil themselves from top-most corners of the room prior to striking venomous bites as bass and percussion chuckle at the ensuing chaos and before you know it – the audience is in equal barb and love-in as the music spins through the ears.
Sløtface are able in Empire Records to deliver a soundtrack of sarcasm which has the listener glancing over their shoulder mouthing – you were joking weren’t you?