She Drew The Gun have quietly, patiently become a phenomenon.
The band's explosive live shows sit at the heart of this, a fusion of disciplined approach and near-unbridled energy.
New album 'Memories Of Another Future' drops on March 17th, via the ever-vital new music hub Skeleton Key Records.
Clash is able to share new cut 'No Hole In My Head', and it's a titanic piece of fuzzed out indie bedlam, with a subtle social message underneath.
Actually a cover of a 1960s protest song by US folk singer Malvina Reynolds, it's a powerful, stirring return.
“Malvina Reynolds is someone who’s really inspired me,” says She Drew The Gun’s singer-songwriter-guitarist Louisa Roach. “She only started her music career in her late forties, but wrote all these meaningful songs and became a legend of the folk song movement.”
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