A bold new band based in London but built from a French/Swiss pair: singer Jennifer Diehl (aka Luna Blake) and guitarist Claire Genoud (aka Hella Sin), Glytsh are here to make their mark.
After coming to wider attention in March this year with their cover of Nine Inch Nails classic offender of a song 'Closer', the duo capitalised on their momentum and released their debut single '(Hard)core Memory'. Both singles scored thousands of views on YouTube without any promotion, mostly just by word of mouth. Not bad for a band that is less than two years old.
Despite this, members of Glytsh are not debutantes. They have years of stage experience, domestic and international touring as part of established acts and well received albums to their names. If those achievements are not mentioned here, it is done on purpose – to let this project stand on its own.
Glytsh`s new offering is loud and proud and carries an important message. The girls are trying to make the independent music scene inclusive for members of the LGBTQ+ community, disabled artists and concert attendees. They would like to make their shows a safe space for all despite their sexual identity, race, age or nationality. 'SAV@GE' is a song about women who are not fitting in with the conservative society and when they fight back, are often seen as difficult or even hysterical.
Inspired by artists such as In This Moment, RATM, Jack off Jill and Tura Satana, Glytsh mix alternative rock with industrial metal, glamour with grime and are determined to make their mark on the music circles.
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