From the streets of New York comes an underground experience of translucent sounds and lyrics, with an overall slick tone that will bring you back into the light of the early days of grunge and alternative.
Written by Blake Hall
The Women Of The Night are a proto punk/glam pop gang from Brooklyn, NY, by way of Adelaide. A decadent band with a street talking attitude that will whisper in your ear sweetly and punch you in the stomach fiercely. Somewhere in the vein of Velvet Underground meets The Birthday Party, it is a nice surprise to get thrown into the realm of nostalgic and angsty emotions in their music. Their first singles, “Moscow Mansions/Be Careful What You Wish” & “Leather Glove/Quiet Nights” off their upcoming EP Open All Night.
Moscow Mansions/Be Careful What You Wish For
“she’s gonna catch them starsand she ain’t coming down again”
Leather Glove/Quiet Nights
This band really does rock. They know what they’re doing. A refreshing take on the early times of grunge and alternative rock as it experimented throughout the decades. They have a strong rhythm section which compliments the heartbreaking and lonely lyrics. These songs are gritty but not without a dose of vulnerability. For those who haven’t heard these guys yet, you have some homework to do. The Women Of The Night are worth your attention and time.
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