Graffiti Island – Demos / Tape Releases

Graffiti Island

This lot are a bit weird. Yeah, the instrumentation sounds nothing out of ordinary, with scuzzy guitars and pounding drums, but then the vocals kick in and you realise you’re listening to band who are just a bit strange. Seemingly fixated on tribal imagery, Graffiti Island play music that you could quite easily soundtracking some low budget 70s horror film where everyone very quickly dies. I’m sure you’ll find your own lyric that you think is great, my personal favourite is “I want a waistcoat made out of human flesh”, yeah, that’s the kind of stuff this band sing about. It’s a bit weird that they’re still pretty great.

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