Slowcoaches stream new single Drag and reveal UK winter tour


PUNK ass trio, Slowcoaches eat corny pop tunes for breakfast, so new single Drag is an enormous fat finger up to this dying breed of a nation.

Streaming on Soundcloud, the London band are ready to shake up the scene whether it be in a field in Wales or a warehouse in the capital - they know to put on a show.

New single, Drag is a hard-hitting feisty metal-punk track, sloshing about with clever word games and Siouxsie Sioux inspired vocals.

The 'slack-metal' three are also set to release their debut album Nothing Gives on December 2 via Leisure and District - so to coincide with this, they will embark on a nine-date tour around the UK, including a inconspicuous date in Liverpool.

Frontwoman, Heather Perkins said: "We're the sloppiest tight punk band around.

"When we first started we were a real dirty noise band but we’ve got progressively tighter. We used to revel in being quite sloppy and slack, but even then it was still very hooky and catchy.

"It’s really cathartic. No matter how shitty or depressed I feel, I can always play a show. Being really loud and abrasive helps. I’ve never had stage fright in my life – I just have normal, day-to-day fright!”



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Words Lauren Jones

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