Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Single Review | Wasabi Fire Alarm | 'Two Fingers in a V' (2018)

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Fronted by the empowering – and badass – Sue Egypt (aka Sue Williamson) is allowing her enigmatic, creative side to shine boldly in a reformation of the band Resistance, with several of its members reforming alongside Sue to create Wasabi Fire Alarm.

Forming in early 2018, the band are set to release a mini-album next month. In the meantime, they have released the title track off the record, ‘Two Fingers in a V’; a song that forays in the delightfully troubling years of being a teenager, and the catch-22 of wanting to fit in, but also wanting to stand out above your peers.

Encompassing a mystifying vibe and a daringly unique style that hasn’t been heard since the likes of Siouxsie, Bjork and Captain Beefheart, ‘Two Fingers in a V’ acts both as a punk-fuelled call to arms and an experimental voyage into the depths of a complicated psyche. 

Sue’s flair – alongside the grungy aesthetics and musical direction provided by D.Ni.L (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), Mike (drummer) and Al (bass), this perfect storm of a band are already making waves within the underground circuits of punk and alternative rock for good reason – they’ve got an edge, and they are not afraid to use it.

You can listen to ‘Two Fingers in a V’ below. 


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