Italy-Iceland trio My Cruel Goro reveal new single ‘Lost E’
“4 words: potent virile raw sound” – Jammerzine
“A whirling, hypnotic and fast-paced journey“ – With Guitars
“A terrific Janus-faced creature, with strong elements of celebrated 70s bands such as The Clash, The Stranglers, The Jam, and The Vapors on the one hand and, on the other, the raw pounding modernity as Ash, Arctic Monkeys and even Weezer“ – The Sound of Confusion
My Cruel Goro have created quite a buzz with their debut EP, which was described by renowned British Producer Marc Joy (Mike Peters, Bernard Butler, Lights That Change, Golden) as “immediate and in-yer face Italian neo-punk somewhere between Ned’s Atomic Dustbin, Early Dinosaur Jr. and the Fratellis”, while Goldmine Sacks from Impose Magazine says the band “crashes on to the scene with a thrashing sense of existence” with “the three piece engaging in some clever and swift power pop chord dynamics”. Released in August 2015 and available to stream HERE, they’ve also shared the video to one of the songs on the EP called ‘Clash’ which is available to watch HERE
They have now released new track ‘Lost E’ from their upcoming sophomore EP.
Listen to ‘Lost E’ below (which is also available as a free download):
They say about their new track: ‘Lost E’ is a noisy, fast-paced and intoxicating track, bursting out with the filthy energy of old-school punk and garage. Abrasive guitars, raw vocals and a pounding rhythm section make it perfect for a reckless mosh pit!
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– Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/my-cruel-goro