Muncie Girls’ Pop-Punk Blast ‘Picture Of Health’ Is Absolutely Fetching

Muncie Girls’ Fixed Ideas comes out Aug. 31.

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Muncie Girls’ Fixed Ideas comes out Aug. 31.

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You learn a lot flourishing adult together — pity desires, damaged hearts, training a ideal ratio of staying out late to cups of coffee, navigating a details and out of a tiny strain scene. This is no doubt some emergence of a box for Muncie Girls, a organisation whose vocalist/guitarist Lande Hekt, guitarist Dean McMullen and drummer Luke Ellis all grew adult together in Exeter, England, going to and personification DIY shows.

For a second record (once again, desirous by a Sylvia Plath quote), Fixed Ideals, a contingent sharpens a sound by negligence down (just a smidge) to make a bigger impact. In a 8 years given it’s been a band, Muncie Girls has leapt into a pop-punk hooks and feminist temperament with furious abandon.

“These are some of a many personal songs I’ve written, and we was listening to opposite strain when we wrote them and during a recording, that substantially sounds utterly noticeable,” Lande Hekt writes in a press release. “Stuff like The Replacements, Siouxsie and a Banshees, The Popguns and The Pastels. we consider we all became a bit some-more brave with this record.”

“Picture of Health” might blast out a embankment with howling drum fills and arena-bopping riffs, though there’s some-more lift and lift to a pushing stroke than before — some of that Pastels and Popguns Brit-pop tinkle smoothing out a severe edges.

Lande Hekt tells NPR Music that a strain is “about realizing how most easier it is to worry about your friends than it is to worry about yourself,” and that, as she sings during a anthemic chorus, “maybe we could demeanour after me and we could do a same for we / Just for a while ’till we’re behind on a feet.” It’s accompanied by a video, destined by Jack Barraclough, that alternates between dual friends checking adult on any other (and perpetually tied by a china pester spinner) and a rope behaving on what appears to be (but substantially is not) Korn’s “Freak on a Leash” set.

Fixed Ideas comes out Aug. 31 aroundBuzz Records(U.S.) andSpecialist Subject Records(Europe).

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