Tuesday. Nothing Exists
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London and Dublin based women-led independent label Tulle are back with 'Tuesday. Nothing Exists' - the debut album from three-piece Grave Goods.
Featuring current and former members of PINS, Girls Names and September Girls, the Sartre-rock trio are based between Manchester, Belfast and Dublin. Taking influence from early post-punk and minimalist rock, Grave Goods music has been described as urgent and demanding, claustrophobic yet spacious - guaranteed to grab your attention. Their influences come from early post-punk and minimalist rock, and their music is visceral and angular, set against a lyrical backdrop of existential ennui.
Their first track released 'Juice' was featured on A Litany of Failures Volume III, and in December 2021 they released new single 'Phonetic Fetish'. This highly anticipated debut full-length 'Tuesday. Nothing Exists' was recorded at Invada studios, Bristol.
Liam says: Just the phrase "Debut album from current and former members of PINS, Girls Names and September Girls" pretty much sells this record itself. At times sparse, at others visceral and snarling, Grave Goods' 'Tuesday, Nothing Exists' is for those hankering for some proper gnarly post-punk.