3 kernow dudes playing party music in brighton.
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I really need this music
[…] UK pop punk trio Gnarwolves have announced they are to release the follow up to their self-titled, 2014 debut LP. […]
I have listen this music many times
I love your voice.
[…] Gnarwolves was always a band on the periphery of my vision. They were a band that came swinging hard with EP after EP (helpfully gathered in Chronicles of Gnarnia); they played skate punk with a bit more hardcore in the mix than usual, with breakdowns and melodies galore. Every Gnarwolves song had that youthful energy where you could imagine them all in a room, riffing hard, trying to make each other smile with what they could pull off. “Melody Has Big Plans,” for me, is the culmination of all their best elements– it is bleak and loud, catchy and aggressive, with earnest twenty-something yearning. Then they released a pretty great full-length that had me nodding along, but also wondering if the best days were already over. […]
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[…] grit punks Gnarwolves will be travelling to support Daggermouth, and Tokyo, Japan based punk-rockers Hollow Suns join […]
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