Over the last few years, the band have honed their ferocious live performances, supporting everyone from The Amazons and IDLES to Everything Everything. They played SXSW, were invited by Robert Smith to play his edition of Meltdown festival alongside Deftones and Nine Inch Nails and put in appearances everywhere from Kendal Calling, Truck Festival and 2000 Trees to South Korea’s Zandari Festa. The music keeps coming, and so does the acclaim, with the band finding support from the likes of NME, Kerrang!, Dork and DIY alongside BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music and many others. It’s been all go.
The band is most well known for an erratic live show influenced by the hardcore punk and noise rock of the 80s and 90s, which sets them apart from their peers in the UK post-punk scene. The music the band produces is often obnoxious and urgent, but with an acute sense of dynamic. Vast arrays of guitar effects infuse the punk sound with a more experimental approach, which reaches its freeform apex at the end of the band’s set.