News Grandmas House announce new EP ‘Who Am I’
The punk trio are also sharing new single ‘Desire’.
Following their 2021 self-titled debut EP, Bristol-based punk trio Grandmas House have announced that their new EP ‘Who Am I’ will be out on 3rd March via Brace Yourself Records. The EP is set to feature previously released singles ‘How Does It Feel?’ and ‘Body’, which the three-piece describe as “an anthem for anyone that’s ever felt uncomfortable in their own skin. An urgent statement of disassociation, feeling trapped and not recognising yourself in the mirror, it’s an ode to anyone who has ever felt different.” The group are sharing new single ‘Desire’ alongside the EP announcement, which they say “is about meeting someone new and being immediately intrigued by them. The track focuses on the confusion surrounding infatuation and trying to keep yourself grounded at the same time.” Speaking about the EP’s title track, the band add, “‘Who Am I’ is about being judged by someone without them really knowing you. Written from the point of view of someone being judged for the negative stereotypes of their zodiac sign, it’s an anthem by gemini’s, for all the other gemini’s out there.” Check out new single ‘Desire’ below. ‘Who Am I’ EP Tracklisting: 1. Body 2. How Does It Feel? 3. Desire 4. Who Am I See Grandmas House live at the following dates: MARCH 03 | Liverpool, UK - Kaz Stockroom 04 | Bristol, UK - Exchange 09 | Leeds, UK - Oporto 10 | Glasgow, UK - McChuills 11 - Sheffield, UK - Sidney & Matilda (Basement) 16 - Leicester, UK - Duffy’s 17 - Manchester, UK - YES (Basement) 18 - Cardiff, UK - Clwb Ifor Bach (Downstairs) 23 - London, UK - The Victoria 24 - Brighton, UK - The Hope & Ruin
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Grandmas House share new single ‘Girl’
Lifted from their forthcoming self-titled debut EP.
Grandmas House announce self-titled debut EP
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