Sløtface announce new album ‘Film Buff’ with inspirational single ‘Ladies Of The Fight’

Norwegian indie-rockers Sløtface are back with a bang, announcing their third studio album, 'Film Buff', and unleashing the empowering lead single, 'Ladies of the Fight'.

Frontwoman Haley Shea, inspired by the cinematic world, teamed up with bandmates Tobias Maxwell Osland and Simen Følstad Nilsen to craft this pop-punk anthem. The track is a fiery blend of gritty guitars, pounding drums, and Shea's signature vocal grit.

'Ladies of the Fight' is more than just a catchy tune. It's a call to arms for anyone feeling downtrodden or disillusioned. Shea's lyrics are a rallying cry, inviting listeners to join her and her bandmates in a metaphorical fight club.

In an interview, Shea shared her inspiration for the song, citing reality TV show 'Selling Sunset' and a hilarious episode of '30 Rock'. The song also reflects the album's broader theme of storytelling, with Shea drawing on personal experiences and fictional narratives to create a rich tapestry of sound and emotion.

Critics have praised the track's infectious energy and empowering message. Clash Magazine described it as "a battle cry for the underdog," while Dork hailed its "fist-pumping chorus" and "sheer pop-punk brilliance."

'Ladies of the Fight' is a tantalising taste of what's to come from 'Film Buff'. Fans can expect a cinematic journey through sound, exploring themes of resilience, defiance, and the power of storytelling.

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