South Coast post-punks ĠENN are back with a new single.
'23rd March' is the first track to be unveiled from the Brighton band's forthcoming Liminal EP which is due out in the spring of 2021.
Speaking about the track, frontwoman Leona Farrugia says, "When I was writing this song's lyrics, I was thinking about the current political situation… with Covid, Brexit, BLM… The chorus is written in the style of a Maltese expression…. In Malta, when someone is seen as 'evil', there's a tendency to say that you're gonna pray for someone's soul since this particular person needs your prayers to be saved… Very biblical :p”
Completed by Janelle Borg (guitar), Leanne Zammit (bass) and Sofia Rosa Cooper (drums), the band have come along way since releasing their debut album Titty Monster in 2018, racking up shows across the UK and Europe with the likes of Hands Off Gretel, PINS, Acid Mothers Temple, The Orielles and Honeyblood.
'23rd March' is available now through Spotify and all the usual digital platforms.
Liminal is available to pre-order in various bundles here.