Experimental London trio Girls In Synthesis embrace DIY punk ethic

Hailed as the most exciting underground band in the UK, London-based experimental punk trio Girls In Synthesis launch their self-produced debut album Now Here’s An Echo From Your Future later this week (August 28), via Harbinger Sound. The band boast a range of influences; disco and dub can be found rooted in the rhythm section, while Crass and Flipper inform their guitar attack.

The group have embraced a DIY ethic when it comes to recording and promotion, creating all their own artwork, videos, photos as well as the records themselves. Non-musical projects have included a long sold out and collectable series of lyric and poetry books, a month-long photography exhibition at Lomography in London and also run a regular postal mailing list for fans, Redux Faction.

New single ‘They’re Not Listening’ takes aim at career politics and the whims of government. The track is a musical mix of confrontational staccato guitars, thudding drums and a dub-influenced bass line.  

Live dates are planned around the UK this October, government advice permitting.