Bristol punk trio Grandmas House announced their self-titled debut EP earlier this month, sharing their new single and video, ‘Golden’, as well as announcing new UK tour dates for 2021.
Arriving October 15th on Brace Yourself Records, the band say that the EP balances serious and important messages with a playful dose of wit and humour, as seen throughout their previous releases such as ‘Girl’ and ‘Never Out Of Luck’. ‘Golden’ follows suit, criticising those in positions of power who oppress others to feed their own greed. “We wrote ‘Golden’ about the government and other big powerful organizations ruling the show and getting richer from each other, whilst literally destroying the world.” shares Grandmas House.
Filled with the raspy sneers of Yasmin Berndt’s vocals and her raucous guitar riffs, Poppy Dodgson’s violent drumming combined with Zoë Zinsmeister’s thumping bass hooks makes for another stellar display of Grandmas House surf-punk melodies. With its fully charged running time of just over two minutes, ‘Golden’, is as short and concise as ever for the Bristol trio, and demonstrably shows them at their best.
Grandmas House’s UK tour begins October 15th in Sheffield, commencing through until November with tickets available here.
Oct 15th | Sheffield, UK – Yellow Arch
Oct 16th | Leeds, UK – Live at Leeds
Oct 17th | Norwich, UK – Wild Paths Festival
Oct 21st | Newcastle, UK – Little Buildings
Oct 22nd | Glasgow, UK – McChuills
Oct 23rd | Hull, UK – The Adelphi Club (supporting TV Priest)
Oct 29th | Liverpool, UK – Jacaranda
Oct 30th | Manchester, UK – YES (basement)
Nov 1 | Birmingham, UK – Hare and Hounds 2
Nov 2nd | Brighton, UK – The Prince Albert
Nov 3rd | London, UK – The Windmill Brixton
Nov 6th | Bristol, UK – Rough Trade
Jan 7th | Bognor Regis, UK – Rockaway Beach