She Might Bite // “Empty”
She Might Bite are three southern girls who have an edge to them that not once comes off as disingenuous. It’s a part of them and it comes screaming through in their songs. On their bandcamp page, they tell the story of how they set out to record a folk record but a hard rockin’ EP came out instead. That’s just the way they are. Nothing here is forced, it’s just the free flow of what is already there. They just found a way to channel it into music.
Now there is alot of punk rock attitude on their self-titled EP; these girls know how to rock. But in my opinion, the best moments come on the EP’s softest track “Empty”. You’d be hard pressed to find a more haunting track than this one. It’s southern folk-rock sound and eerie storytelling vaguely reminds me of Nick Cave’s album Murder Ballads. It just has a similar feel. Hopefully it will stick with you the way it stuck with me.
You can snag She Might Bite on the girls’ bandcamp, and also watch for a new upcoming single.
the bottles were: “Empty”
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