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Sistertalk's debut single is here - check out 'Vitriol'

It's the first music the band have put online.
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Published: 3:21 pm, February 08, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Sistertalk's debut single is here - check out 'Vitriol'

Sistertalk have fiiiinally dropped their debut single, ‘Vitriol’.

It’s the North London band’s first song to land online, following what feels like years of buzzy live shows around the capital.

Speaking about the single, frontman Gabriel Levy says: "Before we started this band, I wanted to write something from the perspective of the jaded performer – someone who’s tired of folded arms, half-empty rooms and mid-set walks to the bar. 

"What that says about my relationship with music prior to this project is uncertain, but it ended up imagined as someone’s very public onstage tirade against an industry which isn’t even present to hear him babble. 

"I didn’t anticipate that it would be the catalyst I needed to form Sistertalk."

Rumour has it, you might be able to read more about what they're up to in the next issue of Dork - but you didn't hear that from us.

Check out ‘Vitriol' below.

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