If you’ve ever wondered what Post Punk would sound like after it has been infused with unflinching riff-driven angst, you’ll find the answer by hitting play on the latest single “Watching Me” from the London-based fourpiece Glossii.
No longer is the Post Punk scene driven by melancholic men, Sofia Zanghirella’s distinctive vocals tears through the sterility and predictability of the genre with vocal reminiscences to Brody Dalle – and even that comparison is a bit of a stretch. I’ve spent a significant amount of time delving into the aural delights which Riot Grrrl bands have to offer, and not once have I come across vocals quite as magnetically tensile as Sofia Zanghirella’s.
As for the instrumentals, wherever you are when you hear them, you’re going to wish you were listening to them in the midst of a sticky pit which Glosii’s music undoubtedly create during live performances. If every up and coming band exuded this much palpable energy, people might stop thinking about the music industry with such disdain.
You can check out Glossii’s momentously riotous hit Watching Me for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Review by Amelia Vandergast