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Thyla - I Was Biting

Fans of grunge bangers rejoice.
Thyla - I Was Biting
Published: 4:15 pm, March 18, 2018
Fans of grunge bangers rejoice.

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Fans of grunge bangers rejoice - Thyla have got your back. Their latest single ‘I Was Biting’ sees the band taking shelter in a world of their own creation, as they declare they “only want to live in a place that I read about”. If only life could be so sweet.

Of course, this is Thyla we’re talking about, so it's not all happiness and light. They’ve still got their fangs. After all, the reason they want to move to this fantasy world in the first place is because the real one sucks. So ‘I Was Biting’ doesn’t hold back on the scuzzy riffs and hammering percussion, and Millie Duthie’s vocal is as sharp and strong-hearted as ever. This alternate private reality is a fortress.

On ‘I Was Biting’ Thyla are putting up walls made from guitar riffs and echoing feedback, and ramping up the distortion on reality to keep it at bay. We’re thinking of joining ‘em, Reader.


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