They like to mix things up, with the light and shade of the grunge bands, strong melodies with dirty distortion. Beauty and the Beast.
The melody line on the chorus stays with you long after the song has finished and the beat stays firmly in your head and your feet.
“Crucified Decay” and “Lying Words” are heavy punk with fast rhythms, perfectly overdriven guitars, bar chords, deep bass lines and screaming but melodic vocal tracks.
Jonathan’s love of The Chilis sound evident. A rounded mix of mellowness and rockiness. A moment on a surfboard as the swell hits.
Their melodic punk sound resonates throughout the rest of the album, with tracks that will keep you dancing all night and that you’ll find you will be singing to yourself the next day.
In an interview at the Contemporary Art Museum in Castilla y León, the PL Girls lead singer spoke as a part of the Musical Dialogues: Femme Volume. The title of the talk was “The transgression of gender roles in music: The wave of the new scene”.
Each of my albums represents a time of my life and this new record is a representation of the ‘before and after’ of my music and of my frame of mind…