ALBUM REVIEW: Upchuck – Bite The Hand That Feeds | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Famous Class Records

Released: 13.10.23







Upchunk present visceral punk, Atlanta-style, Ty Segall is at the production helm and it shows with distinct tightly fuzzed guitars, spiced with layers of psyched out jiggery-pokery, percussion and pugnacious vocals let loose by Kalia Turner.

Delivering tunes connecting you with the like-minded, struggling to make sense in amongst the autocratic rules that are unreal, yet real, oppressive, sensing that companionship in the mosh pit, partying through the riot, just live the life you need despite the world. Freedom pulses sonically direct to the brain; short, painfully sweet, and the whole album rocks along lickety-split, as will their live experience. We can but hope, along with them, in this rollicking punk dance-along for the cool kids who know.


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