This female-fronted four piece hail from London and deliver thirteen tracks of trashy, punkish glam rock. They were formed back in 2009 by singer Nina Courson and guitarist Phil Honey-Jones, and they are backed by Tjay Tarantino on bass and Steve Nightmare on drums.
Opener “Copycat” is a great song to start things off, raw and rugged and a great vocal from Courson. “Manifesto” has a touch of a Blondie feel to it, but it doesn’t take away from the track being a treat. “Frozen Fields” is another catchy song that really keeps the energy going. “Glam Sister is a very tight and trashy, but blazing track. Trash My Love is a frantic track with a chorus that gets stuck in your head and won’t let go. “Beaten Dog No More” has male vocals for a change with Nina’s vocals helping out and is another great track. “Little Groupie” is a tight song that burns up the grooves with its great beat. “Exile” has a terrific slow build that has to be heard.
The album has a fun sound to it that really catches a hold of your ears and won’t let go, kind of making you a JUNKIE for them, but that might end up being HEALTHY in the long run. I’m looking forward to more music from them, and hope that more people become JUNKIES for them.