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IDestroy – Pure joy of life EP

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On March 19, 2018
Last modified:March 19, 2018

Summary:

It's a great EP and if you get chance I'd definitely recommend heading to one of their gigs.

IDestroy have just released their second EP, Pure joy of life. The Bristol based all-female trio are out on tour at the moment across the UK and Germany. They describe themselves as “party punk”, which really is a perfect description for this EP. It’s got that aggressive and fast paced sound that you associate with punk (proper punk like the Sex Pistols, not the watered down “punk” of American acts such as Green Day), and it’s catchy and up-beat enough to justify the “party” element.

Listening to it, I can’t imagine anyone at one of their gigs standing still – it’s the sort of music that makes you want to move, whether it’s joining a moshpit, jumping around, or headbanging – whatever it takes to burn off the energy that comes across in the music. A fantastic EP.

Check out the single – Lemons.

It’s a great EP and if you get chance I’d definitely recommend heading to one of their gigs.

You can order the EP on CD or Vinyl from http://idestroy.bigcartel.com/

Track listing:

1. Milkshake sky
2. Lemons
3. Pure joy of life
4. Alcohol and vitamins
5. And you know

iDestroy are:

Bec Jevons – Guitar/vocals
Becky Baldwin – Bass
Jenn – drums

It's a great EP and if you get chance I'd definitely recommend heading to one of their gigs.

About Ant May

I spend half my life at gigs or festivals and the other half writing the reviews and editing photos, and somehow find time for a full time job too. Who needs sleep - I've got coffee.
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