Ahead of the launch of their debut album Tits And Nails next month, queercore sax punks Guttfull have shared another fantastically riotous new single.
Inspired by the Naomi Alderman novel of the same name, ‘The Power’ looks to a dystopian near future where women rise up and create a matriarchy, asserting their power over men by using an electrical force through their bodies (or, as songwriter Cassie Fox puts it, “zapping the bad men to death – pew pew!”). Oozing all the gutsy energy we’ve come to know and love, it’s another unapologetically angry, hugely catchy offering from the band.
Combining the politics of punk with a sparkling pop-fused colour, Guttfull have once again created a resolute feminist anthem, an uplifting call to get up, celebrate your womanhood, and dance the patriarchy away. As Guttfull reassure us, we all have the power in our hands.
Watch the vibrant, 70s-inspired video for ‘The Power’ here:
Guttfull’s debut album Tits and Nails is out 10th November on Loud Women records. Catch Guttfull live:
13th October – The Loud Women 3rd Birthday Party, N7
27th October – The Railway, Southend-on-Sea with T-Bitch
9th November – DIY Space for London with Fuzzhoneys and Stef Fi
10th November – Tits and Nails album launch, Hope & Anchor, N1, with Jemma Freeman and the Cosmic Something and more.