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Wolf Girl are a noisy pop four-piece based out of the fertile South London DIY scene. Combining crunching distorted guitars and powerful, driving rhythms with hook-laden melodic pop, their music explores themes of sexuality, gender identity and anxiety. They first burst onto the scene with 2014’s EP Mama’s Boy on the much missed Soft Power Records before releasing their self-deprecatingly titled debut album, We Tried, on Odd Box Records in 2016.
Featuring members of Suggested Friends and The Whooperups, the band have toured extensively, sharing their “riot grrrl-doo-wop heartbreakers” to receptive audiences across the country. Expect to hear brand new tracks, with the release of an as-yet-untitled album set for some point in 2018.
The Cosmic Something is the new solo project from Jemma Freeman, known as the songwriter and guitarist in Bella Union signed dreamy-psych band Landscapes and member of new wave art band, The Fucks.
Jemma’s solo material adds a fizzing energy and almost glam-stomp to proceedings, creating a sound that flips rapidly between lush guitar work and rapid fire energy, all topped by Jemma’s sonorous vocal, part Kate Jackson part PJ Harvey. Expanded to a four-piece live band, expect to hear material from 2017’s debut EP, Someone Else to Blame as well as new material set for release later this year.