Formed from the remains of Talulah Does the Hula and Black Robots, September Girls embrace a sound dipped in fuzzbox ethics, prominent in garage groups of the 1960s.
Since their formation in the latter half of 2011, the five-piece create evocative pop sentiments courtesy of some group-wide harmonies, while also embracing a slight ghostly touch.
Floating amidst mid to high end reverb sweeps, September Girls offer a vivid sensation of voices drifting in the mist, before being pulled apart and dissipating. Under such an atmosphere hangs an abrasive rhythm section, menacing in its stance and aligned with crackling distortion – imperious, it is rooted hard to the floor.
Through Soft Power Records, September Girls have released two singles – a 100-run cassette single called “Wanting More” (which would be re-released in easier to utilise formats) and today’s featured single, “Green Eyed”.
Like a children’s book gone horribly wrong, September Girls are the sound of the wolf in granny’s clothing, luring red riding hood into the gingerbread house, before stuffing her firmly into the fire. Full of depth, full of colour and deadly to the touch, bring it says I.
You can buy “Green Eyed” from September Girls’ Bandcamp page.