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Girls on Film Girls on Filmself-released
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Ged M - Aug 5, 2007
Thankfully not a Duran Duran tribute band (though they’re all from the West Midlands), Girls On Film are a spinoff from Worcester supergroup And What Will Be Left Of Them. Created by Chris Wemyss (drums, vocals) and Pete Adams (guitar, vocals) they play what they call “clatterpop” – a punky-pop hurricane of dangerous energy. ‘Girls On Film’ is a scenic collision of angular guitar riffs and furiously struck drums while ‘Break’ starts like a grunge band but then goes all soft-rock: a sort of Supertramped Nirvana. The third track Waxie’s Dargle is as gloriously ramshackle as the Pogues’ version summing up the demo pretty well: good songs played for the craic.