The London band have become professionals at creating a dark mood and a dangerous feel around their raw punk sound. They continue to do so on their newest track set to be released as part of the follow up EP to Unwelcome Light which was released in March of this year.
‘Ghost Tape #10’ has a slightly chilling title to begin with. Taken from a reference to the US’s psychological warfare during the Vietnam war, where they would scare Viet Cong soldiers with ‘recordings’ of their deceased – you quickly see which way this is going.
The track is indulgent in its darkness and seductive in its temperament. Pounding and succinct it lulls you in and never lets you go.
It’s basically every nightmare you ever had, but damn it’s good.