Shudder Pulps are 3 punk lifers who use a guitar, a bass and drums to make music. Although physically rooted in London and Brighton, they're perhaps more musically rooted to American underground and garage rock. They are inspired by overlooked cult bands Country Teasers and Thinking Fellers Union Local 282.
Faux Discx (home to recent releases from Hookworms, Cold Pumas, Sauna Youth andVision Fortune) is proud to release Shudder Pulp's debut 7" - the Housebound EP which is available from August 12, 2013 on a run of 300 hand-numbered 7"s (continuing Faux Discx's new 'Monotone' 7" series, started with the recent release of Teardrop Factory's Topshop EP) and digital download via all the usual outlets.
Shudder Pulps joyously clatter around their songs, pulling in elements of 90s slacker indie and post punk to make an exhilarating noise.Their sound focuses on repetition and build ups, with echo-ey vocals and jagged guitars, they have recently been described as "an energetic little bunch churning out C86 like blasts of good-feeling rock-pop by the bucket load".
Upcoming live shows:
Friday 26th July
Q Cavern, Manchester
w/ Dog Chocolate + Dogs Legs + Horrid + Dinner Party
Saturday 3rd August
The Green Door Store, Brighton
TWOTHREEFOUR all-dayer w/loads of bands
Wednesday 14th August
HOUSEBOUND EP 7" RELEASE SHOW
w/ Tyrannosaurus Dead + The Soft Walls + Weird Menace
Friday 23rd August
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