Having confidently stepped into the spotlight with their performance
of ‘Chillers’on ‘Later… with Jools Holland’ in October 2018, the
band’s following 12 months saw them perform for fans across the world,
playing their biggest ever show to date at London’s Village
Underground and releasing a plethora of unflinching, cinematic tracks,
with politically charged lyrics and apt social observations.
Vocalist and lyricist Catrin Vincent had to say on the track – “Brave
Face was written for a friend ending a bad relationship. I saw so many
parallels between her situation and my own. The lyric “you put on your
brave face, now, girl” is something an ex once said to me. To me,
putting on a ‘brave face’ means hiding struggle and living in denial.
I wanted to reclaim those words and transform them into a war cry for
myself and her. Instead of telling us to ‘suck it up’, I’m telling us
to use our anger instead. The world tells women that if we get angry,
we lose our softness and what makes us a woman. That’s not true. I’m
asking us to accept our anger as necessary, in order to protect
Now 2020 will see the band release their debut album on Fiction
Records; this is just the beginning for this ferociously talented,
utterly unique four-piece.
The band have also announced a string of UK shows, tickets are on sale
this Friday (7thFebruary).
Listen to Brave Face here - https://anothersky.lnk.to/BraveFacePR
15 – Clwb Ifor Bach, CARDIFF
16 – The Bullingdon, OXFORD
17 – Dead Wax, BIRMINGHAM
18 – Chalk, BRIGHTON
23 – King Tut’s, GLASGOW
24 – Hyde Park Book Club, LEEDS
25 – Soup Kitchen, MANCHESTER
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