Track Of The Day – Post War Glamour Girls – Gustave


After releasing one of the best albums of 2014 in the form of their debut album ‘Pink Fur’ ( review HERE) Leeds rabble-rousers Post War Glamour Girls are back with a storming new tune single ‘Gustave.’  Released by Too Pure singles club on September 1st, it’s a fine example of Post War Glamour Girls poetic belligerent swaggering menace.

The impassioned stentorian roar of vocalist and guitarist James Smith is counterbalanced balanced by bassist Alice Scott’s mellifluous vocals as the band power their way through a song that sounds like Nick Cave doing battle with Killing Joke as depicted by Goya. Shout  It’s a magnificent towering snarling beast of a song by a quite wonderful band.   Come the revolution you’d certainly want Post War Glamour Girls covering your back when storming the barricades Wink

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Andy Von Pip

ANDY VON PIP - Founder, editor, writer, reviewer, photographer and all-round good guy at the House photographer for The Academy Music Group, Zuma Press, Event Magazine and Rex Features worldwide. You can check out his photography at Andy Von Pip Photography Has been new music tipster on BBC6 Music, Amazing Radio, and DJ on Strangeways Radio (USA.) Can currently be heard on IWFM Radio. His radio work has been described as sounding like Ian McCulloch on ketamine fused with Ringo Starr. New music tipster on Amazing Radio, moderator for BBC 6 Music DJ Tom Robinson's Fresh on the Net, former member of "BBC's Sound Of" panel. Written and photographic work has appeared in The Quietus, Music Week, Record Of The Day, The Guardian, GIITV, The Sabotage Times, Bido Lito, The Skinny, Louder Than War. Media partner and curator for Liverpool Sound City.

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