Listening Post

More great stuff from Newcastle, this time a feminist punk band called Tough Tits

They've just shared a couple of grungey new tracks

There’s some good noises coming out of Newcastle right now.

At the end of this week Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs put out their blistering three-track debut album ‘Feed The Rats’ (read our review).

Also from the area are Tough Tits (coincidently playing a show with Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs on 20 January at London’s The Lexington). They’re Ayesha (vocals/guitar), Liz (drums/shouts) and Hells (bassist/vocals).

Last June they released their debut EP ‘Hairless’. They’ve started 2017 by sharing two belting new tracks, ‘Anxious’ being our pick of the pair.

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