ĠENN (Malta)

ĠENN
Post Punk
Transnational, Brighton based, genre blenders, ĠENN (pronounced Jenn) recently released their first single, 23rd March, from their upcoming EP to positive reviews, “This new track from ĠENN has taken our current challenges and made danceable art from them. If 23rd March is indicative of the rest of the EP, we are in for a treat.” – Plugged in Brighton. ĠENN’s EP Liminal is due for release on March 30th 2021 through Everything Sucks. 2021 is shaping up to be a great year for the band with The Great Escape and Liverpool’s Futurama Festival confirming ĠENN on their line up and were included in TGE’s First Fifty announcement. The band have toured extensively across Europe including support slots with the likes of Honeyblood, Acid Mothers Temple, and The Orielles. Their live show is a force to be reckoned with and one Karen O would be proud of. Louder Than War said the band “certainly mean business with their attitude ridden, energetic drive and uncompromising approach. Riot Grrrls, show us what you got!”. The girls dish out catchy guitar riffs with a tonal nod to 90s grunge, visceral rhythms and seductive vocal melodies with lyrics that have a no BS approach to the current state of the world; their power is hard to ignore.
**DISGWYL FERSIWN GYMRAEG**
Transnational, Brighton based, genre blenders, ĠENN (pronounced Jenn) recently released their first single, 23rd March, from their upcoming EP to positive reviews, “This new track from ĠENN has taken our current challenges and made danceable art from them. If 23rd March is indicative of the rest of the EP, we are in for a treat.” – Plugged in Brighton. ĠENN’s EP Liminal is due for release on March 30th 2021 through Everything Sucks. 2021 is shaping up to be a great year for the band with The Great Escape and Liverpool’s Futurama Festival confirming ĠENN on their line up and were included in TGE’s First Fifty announcement. The band have toured extensively across Europe including support slots with the likes of Honeyblood, Acid Mothers Temple, and The Orielles. Their live show is a force to be reckoned with and one Karen O would be proud of. Louder Than War said the band “certainly mean business with their attitude ridden, energetic drive and uncompromising approach. Riot Grrrls, show us what you got!”. The girls dish out catchy guitar riffs with a tonal nod to 90s grunge, visceral rhythms and seductive vocal melodies with lyrics that have a no BS approach to the current state of the world; their power is hard to ignore.

October 9, 2021 7:20 pm Saturday @ Saith Seren
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