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Recenty released debut album ‘Cursing The Sea’ by ethereal Dubliners’ fivesome September Girls, is ready to be launched overseas as well, hitting US music stores’ shelves on March 11th , via Fortuna POP!

With reverberating vocals, submerged in a crystal prism of shadowy bass lines and star-gazing guitars, ‘Cursing The Sea’ is the kind of album that gives a unique feeling of enriching disorientation, blending noise pop and garage rock sounds with hallucinogenic beauty.

Five girls who draw inspiration from the likes of The Velvet Underground, The Cure and The Jesus and Mary Chain, September Girls present us a startling debut, drenched in dark-heartedness and euphoric sunbursts alike, a sound once described as being “from a transistor radio abandoned in a rural cinema”.

Formed in Dublin in 2011, the band released various limited edition singles on different cassette and 7” labels – the most recent of which being the Haus of PINS cassette label, before being signed to Fortuna POP! In 2013.

Tracks as ‘Green Eyed’, with its punchy intro soon taking a sinister take on long-lost echoed vocals, or ‘Heartbeats’, first single off the record, making its way amidst hypnotising melodies telling us a story of betrayal, mark the overall lonesome feeling of being astray permeating the album.

Title track and album opener ‘Cursing The Sea’ mirrors this aimless sensation perfectly, celebrating long distance heartache with supreme remoteness.

Last track ‘Sister’, leaves us even more desperate to know what has gone wrong with this world to produce such heart-shattering black harmonies, urgently backing up lyrics speaking of rape and victim-blaming in our day and age society.

Victorious work, supplied by an unsettling artwork picture of frantic girls legs in a beach at night, listen to ‘Cursing The Sea’ with your eyes closed and let that whirling, enchanting tornado of otherworldlyness begin.