Ltd to 500 copies. Taken from the band’s third long-player Canines. Heralding them as one of the most exciting British bands around, “Devastating Bones” is a sordidly salacious stomper, fizzing with energy and raw emotion. Shrag’s Bob Brown says this about the song: "I wanted to do a glam song. A proper, chant-along, fist-punching glam song. I was born in the epicentre of glam rock - Wolverhampton, so it seemed a natural thing to do. Of course in the end it sounds like a Shrag song but that's a good thing too! And it's possibly the only pop song in history to mention the word 'Ischium'". Helen King, the band’s lyricist, describes “Devastating Bones” as; “a filthy song about lust and summer, and wanting someone with a weaker mind than oneself” The album Canines stalks new territory for Shrag, broadening their spectrum of sound with a high quality production that encompasses such influences as ESG, Chic and New Order. Recorded at Gargleblast Studios with producer Andy Miller (Life Without Buildings, Mogwai, Sons and Daughters), Canines is a visceral pop record bristling with urgency, melody, and danger, and is the sound of a band fully in their stride.
A. Devastating Bones B. Broken Glass & Fingernails
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