The track is full of the Dublin band’s signature sounds: abrasive guitars, menacing percussion, as well as lashings of the energy and attitude that’s made the group a must-see on the gig and festival. The band shies away from the moodier tones of post-punk, instead taking an openly expressive, and at times anguished approach to the genre. Think The Birthday Party or the early works of Bauhaus, you get an idea of the creativity and wayward genius on display here.
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