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“A tarnished, shouty clangor that recalls Mission of Burma, Wire circa ‘Pink Flag’, Pylon…” - Pitchfork
“The Five Boroughs’ most vicious singer with any real songs behind her this decade” - NME
“Louche post-punk, all starkly angled guitar lines and minimalist beats” - Noisey
“The energy and swagger of a cocky young ruffian” - DIY Mag
“Ripping apart at the seams and bursting through with unnerving vitality” - Stereogum
‘Untitled’ is the debut album from “New York City’s buzziest new band” (NME).
This follow up to their cult classic, eponymous EP documents WALL’s rapid ascent from a relatively unknown entity to a hard-playing, highly sought after act on the NYC underground circuit and beyond.
From the pensive minimalism of ‘River Mansion’ to the fervent satire of ‘High Ratings’, the barely nascent four-piece captures the nervous energy of a city defined by constant change.
Wounded At War
Everything In Between