With a recent move to Berlin, the Ireland native indie rockers remain as sharp as ever, with female sexuality at the front of this embrace on Sin.

If Hawks’ previous topics of discussion of abortion rights and marriage equality are anything to go by, Sin already comes loaded with heavy expectations. Powered by chunky, grunge/indie rock guitars, while frontwoman Julie Hawk resonates an early Karen O during the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Sin seeks no admiration or the need to conform to the conscripts of a powerful indie rock song. Instead, Sin remains unapologetic, brazen in nature as Julie marches proudly on, encouraging women everywhere to empower themselves and learn that being a woman isn’t a one-dimensional role.

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