Sløtface – Backyard – Audio

As sign-posted earlier in the year the Norwegian indie-rock quartet Sløtface release the  LP Try Not To Freak Out on the 15th.

Sløtface - Backyard

Sløtface

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.

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Sløtface – Nancy Drew – Video

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

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.

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Sløtface – Empire Records – Single Review

The Norwegian sardonic-rock quartet Sløtface revealed their latest track Empire Records a few hours ago.

Sløtface

Sløtface

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?

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