Adwaith release their new double A-sided single ‘Femme/Lipstick Coch’ through Libertino Records

Adwaith release their new double A-sided single ‘Femme/Lipstick Coch’ through Libertino Records

Fast rising Carmarthen based female trio Adwaith release their new double A-sided single Femme/Lipstick Coch’ through Libertino Records on the 25th of August. I am excited to be working with Libertino records to promote one of Wales’s best new bands, check out the singles below, I have attached images of the band, the cover and stream/download links. Any reviews new band features, single reviews, and interview requests Welcome!

 

‘Lipstick Coch (Red Lipstick)’ is a fully charged post punk anthem in the vain of The Slits at their most immediate,  an anthem celebrating youth, androgyny and love.The flipside ‘FEMME’ concerns themes of feminity and sexism  and sounds like it could have quite easily have been a long lost single on Postcard Records or Cherry Red Records from the mid-80s.

 

Femme

 

 Lipstick Coch (Red Lipstick)

Adwaith release their new double A-sided single Femme/Lipstick Coch’ through Libertinism Records on the 25th of August.

Fast rising Carmarthen based female trio Adwaith unveil their brilliant new double A-side single ‘Lipstick Coch’ and ‘FEMME’ this summer.  Vividly depicting their knack for melody and sound and their ability to create a direct emotional connection with the listener. Adwaith’s brand new double A-side single heralds a beginning of a new sound for the band. Whereas previously the band painted sounds with a palette of muted sombre colours Lipstick Coch and FEMME explode with bright confident neon.

‘Lipstick Coch (Red Lipstick)’ is a fully charged post punk anthem in the vain of The Slits at their most immediate,  an anthem celebrating youth, androgyny and love.The flipside ‘FEMME’ on the other hand could quite easily have been a long lost single on Postcard Records or Cherry Red Records from the mid-80s.

With its jangly C86 indie pop sound as a canvas to the witty, heartfelt lyrics Adwaith discuss femininity and the sexism experienced by them as young women. This is an inspirational song from an inspirational band willing to stand up for their beliefs.

These songs are brave, creative moves both musically and lyrically for the band, yet they retain the distinctive melodic gift that is so recognisable in all Adwaith’s songs. A gift that has gained the band fast critical acclaim and extensive radio plays, most noticeably on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio 6, BBC Radio Cymru and Amazing Radio.

The release of the singles come hot on the heels of Adwaith’s Maida Vale recording session for Huw Stephens in these legendary BBC studios. Their summer is full of activity including a live set on the BBC Introducing Stage at FOCUS Wales festival broadcast live on Adam Walton’s BBC Radio Wales show.

Adwaith were introduced on the BBC Introducing stage at Latitude festival as the most exciting band from Wales in decades and will finish the summer on the Gorwelion /Horizons stage at Festival No 6. In the middle of all this activity, Adwaith have managed to record their debut album, and their label Libertino believe its ‘creatively ground breaking and will stand as one of the important albums from Wales alongside the works of Gorky Zygotic Mynci, Super Furry Animals and Gwenno.’

 

LibertinoRecords.com

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Adwaith release their new double A-sided single ‘Femme/Lipstick Coch’ through Libertino Records